Career Success for Job Seekers (HRD)

Enhance Your Resume, Nail The Interview, 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 the current needs and trends of the complex and constantly changing workforce.

*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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Applying Computer Skills for an Effective Job SearchHRD-3005BE21 available classes
Conquer your fear of technology as you learn basic computer skills that can help with your search for employment. Access valuable job search tools using NCWorks Online, including assessments, resume builder, and virtual recruiter. Develop word processing skills for creating...
Beat the Applicant Tracking System and Get Your Resume NoticedHRD-3001AV21 available classes
Fabulous formatting and strong action verbs are not enough to get your resume a second look – computers, not human beings, are doing the scanning. Computerized screening has dramatically changed the way job seekers get noticed. Find out how to make sure your resume survives...
Beyond the ResumeHRD-3003V21 available classes
Today's economic marketplace is undergoing rapid change. Learn the essential elements to secure a job in today’s market. Identify your natural strengths and how they relate to career success. Develop an elevator and identify your personal brand. Don’t forget the job intervi...
Career Readiness for the Human Resources AssistantHRD-3004K21 available classes
Learn about Human Resources – the skills, attributes, and work values necessary for employment in the field – and how to determine if a career in HR is right for you. This course covers the fundamentals of recruitment, hiring, and communication along with the role of technol...
Career Readiness for the Professional Administrative AssistantHRD-3004AZ21 available classes
Learn about office administration – the skills, attributes, and work values necessary for employment in the field – and how to determine if a career as an administrative assistant is right for you. This course explains the role of technology in administrative work and how to...
Career Seeking Skills for Translators and InterpretersHRD-3004AW41 available classes
Explore the skills necessary to become an interpreter and/or translator. Students will learn the difference between being an interpreter and a translator and have the opportunity to assess their language skills for either industry. They will understand the necessity of cul...
Career Transitions Forum: Lecture Series for Business ProfessionalsHRD-3006X21 available classes
Are you changing careers? This course is for you. Enjoy lectures, activities, and opportunities for networking and support. Topics vary weekly and incorporate professional community resources that provide a current, real-world perspective on the job market. Craft strategies...
Confidence Focused InterviewingHRD-3001AC21 available classes
Everyone has strengths and abilities, whatever their age, education, or income level – but few people know how to communicate those strong points to others! As a result, they may go unnoticed and remain unknown to colleagues, supervisors, and prospective employers. This cour...
Craft a Resume that Generates Employer InterestHRD-3001BZ21 available classes
A successful resume is one that appeals to potential employers and results in interviews. This is accomplished by matching your qualifications, skills, and experience to the needs of employers. Research and analyze job postings to help you choose key words and phrases that r...
Digital Literacy to Compete in a Tech-Savvy CultureHRD-3005BG21 available classes
In our tech-savvy culture our computing devices, the Internet, search engines, email programs, productivity programs, and cloud-based applications all contribute to our expanding knowledge and capabilities. Developing basic computer skills is essential to becoming more produ...
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