Business and Industry

Computer & Basic Skills Training for Employers

If you have at least ten employees lacking basic skills in core competency areas, we can help you improve their skills by providing free training under a grant program from the Department of Labor and Workforce Development that supports training for (NJ Business & Industry Association) NJBIA members and NJ businesses (note that public employees are ineligible for training under this grant).

Funds are available to help your employees get the training they need in:

  • Communications skills / Business writing
  • Computer skills (Windows, Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint)
  • Mathematics skills
  • Blueprint reading
  • Customer Service Training

Best of all, we will organize the training at no charge at your company’s location or at our campus. Companies must provide an FEIN and DUNS number, and employees must be employed at least 20 hours per week and “on the clock” during training. To take advantage of this program for your employees, con­tact Renee Griggs at Rgriggs@pccc.edu or at (973) 684-6202.

 

Computer & Basic Skills Training for Employed Individuals

Class

Dates

Times

Locations

MS Access

Fri, Feb 1

9am to 5pm

MEM, M315

MS Word 2

Fri, Feb 8

9am to 5pm

MEM, M315

MS Excel 2

Fri, Feb 15

9am to 5pm

MEM, M315

Personal Financial Mngt

Wed / Fri, Feb 20 & 22

10am to 4pm

HC Bldg, 2nd Floor

Women in Leadership

Wed / Fri, Feb 27 & Mar 1 

10am to 4pm

HC Bldg, 2nd Floor

Public Speaking

GrantWriting for Profit&Non-Profit

Social Media for Business

Wed / Fri, Feb 27 & 29

Tues / Thurs Apr 9 & 11

Wed / Fri Apr 24 & 26

10am to 4pm

10am to 4pm

10am to 4pm

HC Bldg, 2nd Floor

HC Bldg, 2nd Floor

HC Bldg, 2nd Floor 

 

To Register for any of these classes, enter the URL in your browser or click on the link below:

 

https://form.jotform.com/83394807748169

For more details, call Deniese Hicks at 973-684-6126, or email dhicks@pccc.edu

Have business offices throughout the State?

Contact the New Jersey Community College Consortium for Workforce and Economic Development, Bob Rosa, 609-393-9000, www.njworkforce.org.