Human Resources Development

Are you ready to get that job? The Human Resources Development is a course that trains individuals for success in the workplace. This program is designed for unemployed or underemployed individuals seeking employment. The fee is waived for those that qualify.

Course work includes: resume writing and job interviewing, self-assessment and career exploration, marketing skills to use in today’s job market, and technology skills for job searching.

Stanly Community College’s Human Resources Development program provides individualized instruction in classroom or online settings. Learn to build the skills necessary to take the CRC WorkKeys assessments.

 

Spring 2022 Courses Offered:

MARCH~

Career Planning (W/F)

In only 4 classes, come learn about resources and skills that can help you find what job/career is the best fit for you! Learn more about how to find a job that you will LOVE!

When: 3/2-3/11, 9am-11am

Keyboarding for Beginners (M/TH)

In only 6 classes, come learn some beginner's computer skills! Leave the class with more practical knowledge about how to use your computer in daily life!

When: 3/7-3/28, 10am-noon

Microsoft Office 3hr Workshop

Have questions about Microsoft Office? Register for one of our stand-alone workshops! Tell us when you're coming, ask questions, and then leave when you need to!

When: 3/31, TH, 9am-noon

 

APRIL~

Microsoft Office 3hr Workshops

Have questions about Microsoft Office? Register for one of our stand-alone workshops! Tell us when you're coming, ask questions, and then leave when you need to!

Section 1: 4/4, M, 9am-noon

Section 2: 4/7, TH, 9am-noon

Intro to the Internet (M/TH)

Learn how to use the internet in daily life

When: 4/11-5/2, 10am-noon

Ace that Interview! (T/TH)

In only 4 class periods, come learn skills that you can use in a job interview- You can shine, so show potential employers!

Section 1: 4/12-4/21, 5:30pm-7:30pm

Section 2: 4/26-5/5, 5:30pm-7:30pm

Workplace Communications (W/F)

Gain skills for your resume! In only 4 classes, come learn about how to communicate effectively in the workplace. What form of communication should you use? What is the most appropriate?

When: 4/13-4/27, 9am-11am

CONTACT:

Dr. Melinda Bowers (704) 991-0362
Kathrine Helms (704) 991-0364
HRD Contact Form