Skills Training for Job Seekers (HRD)

Enhance Your Resume, Market Yourself, Explore A New Career

HRD (Human Resources Development) courses provide employability skills training and assistance for adults who are trying to find employment, transitioning back into the workforce, or working to redefine their professional niche in today's global market.

Classes are designed to address current needs and trends of the complex and constantly changing workforce. 

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*All HRD courses are fee-waived for qualifying individuals who are unemployed, "underemployed," or who have received notice of layoff or pending layoff.*


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Work Histories, Resumes and ApplicationsHRD-3001AF22 available classes
A work history is the foundation for developing a resume and for answering questions for applications and interviews. It is important to craft a work history that is well thought out and strength based. This course provides tips and techniques for constructing work histories...
Working SmartHRD-4100A21 available classes
Technical skills are important, but not enough in today's workforce. Employers want workers who are not only highly trained, but highly effective on the job. Soft skills – critical interpersonal skills – are essential for success. Each lesson in this course focuses on a spec...
Your Employment Search: Stand Out through Your Personal BrandHRD-3003AT21 available classes
Gain an understanding of the message that your personal brand conveys and learn how to use this to your advantage in a job search. Learn to project a clear and consistent message of your strengths. Discover how your strengths add value to an employer. Through this interactiv...
BEST YOU Project (12 hrs)HRD-3001AY2
BEST YOU stands for Building Employment Success Together – Yielding Opportunities Unprecedented, and this class outlines strategies for career success for ex-offenders and others who face significant barriers to employment. The class offers practical information on resume wr...
Career and Life Skills LabHRD-3002S2
Looking for a job? Receive assistance and develop skills to overcome barriers to employment. Identify your career strengths and growth areas. Develop the communication and problem-solving skills needed for success in the workplace. Participate in hands-on activities, develop...
Career Assistance Lab (Spring/Fall)HRD-3002W2
This lab features an open-entry, open-exit format to meet the customized needs of students and agencies who may refer students, including the JobLink career centers, public libraries, and employment security commissions. You’ll become comfortable with basic computer skills f...
Career Assistance Lab - AVHRD-3002X2
This career assistance lab features an open-entry, open-exit format which allows you to enter at any time. Job seekers can find additional assistance in a non-standard classroom environment. Work independently with an instructor on an as-needed basis. Get assistance in using...
Career Exploration for Health Care ProfessionalsHRD-3004BE2
Explore the many career possibilities in allied health care – phlebotomist, radiologic technologist, surgical technologist, medical assistant, nursing assistant, dental assistant, home health aide, paramedic, physical therapy assistant, vision care technician, x-ray technici...
Career Exploration for Health Care ProfessionsHRD-3004M2
This course is designed to give students exposure to a number of allied health careers in medical settings. Students will utilize results of the Career Ready 101 assessment to align personal likes and interests with possible career options. Several health care positions will...
Career Exploration of the Customer Service IndustryHRD-3004AT2
The ability to communicate and adjust to any customer's personality can make you an invaluable employee. This course introduces the many career opportunities available in customer service and covers concepts needed at the entry level: listening techniques, verbal and nonver...
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