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Workforce Readiness

Program Description

The Human Resource Development (HRD) program provides education and training for individual success in the workplace. Courses are designed to help students build the employability skills necessary to secure and maintain employment. Examples include: effective communication, time and stress management, problem-solving, computer skills, work ethic, and conflict management.

Tuition is waived for individuals who are unemployed, underemployed, or who have received notice of layoff.

Workforce Readiness Class Schedules

Course Offerings

  • Employment Academy
    • Learn the skills you need to write your resume, job search, interview, and land your next job in 4 weeks!
    • Classes meet Monday – Thursday 8:30-11:30am
    • Earn an Employability Certification with Completion
    • Communication skills
    • Problem-solving skills
    • Decision-making skills
    • Time & Stress Management
    • Conflict Resolution
  • Career Exploration
  • Resume Development and Job Search Strategies
  • Technology Awareness
    • Essential Computer Skills for Job Searching
    • Online Social Media Tools for Job Seekers
  • Soft Skills Development
    • Self-awareness
    • Self-management
    • Work Ethics
    • Communication Skills
    • Problem Solving
  • Financial Literacy

National Career Readiness Certificate

Increase your chances for employment by obtaining your National Career Readiness Certificate.

The National Career Readiness Certificate (CRC) is a work credential that promotes skills and career development for individuals and verifies to employers that you possess basic workplace skills and employability skills in Applied Mathematics, Workplace Documents, and Graphic Literacy. This portable credential can be obtained at SPCC in Monroe and Wadesboro.

Contact Information

To sign up for classes or for more information:

Kristi Phifer 704-290-5216

Gina Nordyke 704-290-5243

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