Human Resources Development (HRD)
The mission of the Human Resources Development Program is to provide employability skills training and career development courses for adults who are trying to find employment, transitioning back into the workforce, or working to redefine their professional vocation in today’s global market. Courses are taught to equip individuals with the knowledge, values, and practical skills essential to applying, keeping and advancing in their careers.
HRD Program Goals
- Upgrade job skills
- Enhance and develop educational skills
- Increase economic self sustainability
- Train the workforce for jobs and the changing workplace
- Assist participants in obtaining meaningful employment and training opportunities
Who Should Enroll?
- Individuals in transition
- Dislocated workers
- Unemployed workers
- Unemployment insurance claimants
- WIA eligible
- Anyone interested in self-improvement
Fee Waiver Eligibility
- Received notification of a pending layoff
- Working and eligible for Federal Earned Income Tax (FEIT) credit
- Working and earning wages at or below 200% of federal poverty guidelines
HRD Core Services
- Instruction and training
- Career counseling
- Job search assistance
- Resume preparation
- Links to supportive services
Employers and Agencies
- Skills training, resume writing, interviewing, and applications
- Pre-hire assessments
- Pre-and post-employment training services
- Pool of applicants for hire
Popular Courses Offered
- Get Hired!
- Working Smart
- HRD NCRC Success Course
- Direct Care Basics
- Phase 1: Human Services Exploration – DSS
- More Money…Fewer Worries
- Interview & Resume: Keys to Success
- Thrive: Workplace Skills for the Next Level
- The W.E.L.L. (WCC Employment Learning Lab)
(For more information or to schedule an appointment, call 919-739-6900.)
For information on how to register, visit the registration page.
Wayne County Reentry Council
The Wayne County Reentry Council assists incarcerated individuals of the Wayne County, NC community with reentry into society by identifying and assisting with needed resources to make this transition as successful as possible for the incarcerated individual.
Monthly W.E.L.L. Workshops
For more information, call (919) 739-6900.