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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Finding Your Compass: Where Are You Going and Why?HRD-3003AR2
This course can help you determine possibilities and set your life on a new course, in a new direction. You will identify self-imposed limitations and the damaging effects of negative thinking and learn how to replace negative thoughts with a move positive view of self. You...
Going Places NetworkHRD-3006G2
This workshop is a collaborative effort between Dress for Success Triangle and Wake Tech Community College's Human Resources Development programs. The emphasis is on personal development, employability skills training, goal setting, and the development of a written plan of a...
Going Places Network: REAL (Retail Education Advancing Leadership)HRD-3006AB2
This course will help students advance in retail/customer service careers. The first half focuses on the elements of telephone interviews, why they’re important in the hiring process, and what skills are needed for successful telephone interviewing. The second half of the co...
Hire Yourself: Create Your Own CareerHRD-3004BM2
Explore opportunities for self-employment with little startup expenses. Learn about various possibilities for launching and developing a business of your own and how to get started. If your work history is less than ideal or if you have limited education, a criminal record,...
How To Get The Success You WantHRD-3003X2
It has been said that “your dream determines your goals, your goals map out your actions, and your actions create results.” Create your own road map to success – enjoy the journey because you know where you’re going! This course will help you identify the skills you need to...
Human Services Exploration: DSS CaseworkerHRD-4000A2
Explore a career as a caseworker for the Division of Social Services (DSS). In this intensive, hands-on, interactive course, you’ll get an overview of DSS and the NCFAST Data Entry System. Learn about data entry, keyboarding, interviewing, workplace success and customer serv...
Improve Your Workplace Communication SkillsHRD-3001BR2
Good communication skills are essential in today’s workplace – they can increase your ability to reach your highest potential, now and in the future. Develop your communication skills by understanding the components of effective communication and how to put them to use in yo...
Introduction to Computer Literacy for Gaining and Maintaining EmploymentHRD-3005P2
Position yourself for success in today's global job market through the development of fundamental computer skills. Develop the technical skills to compete and win in the quest for your dream job. Examine the computer hardware and software relevant in today's world of work. S...
Introduction to Computer Literacy for Job SeekersHRD-3005R2
Gain computer skills that will help you find employment! Sharpen your keyboarding skills and become familiar with the computer desktop. Learn how to use email in your job search. Find job openings using career websites and learn tips on completing online job applications.
Job Retention and Career Advancement: Creating a Work/Life BalanceHRD-3006W2
Having a plan to maintain and advance in the workplace is critical for today’s workers. Explore various strategies to excel in the global economy. Four components of career success will be reviewed: transitioning into the workplace successfully, understanding workplace cultu...
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