Job Search Process for Mature Candidates  (4 hour session)

 An overview of the process and introduction to the series of workshops.  The many reasons mature adults look for employment.  Understanding the marketplace and your opportunities.

Resume Writing Workshop (2 part workshop   4 hour sessions)
Learn current trends and practices for resume writing, how to handle gaps, how to position yourself as relevant and how to correlate skills to job descriptions.  Finalize your resume with help of the coach and others in the workshop.  Session one will be theory and planning.  Session two will be finalizing and editing your resume.

Powerful Living for Mature Job Seekers  (4 hour session)
Learn what you can do to grow confidence, build resilience and discover a pathway to powerful living at any time.  The inner game of job search and transitioning.  Key distinctions, agreements and daily/weekly practices

​Networking  (4 hour session)
Detailed guidance including a clear game plan and practices essential to success.   Preparation, research and structure to support.  Secrets to extraordinary success.

Today's multigenerational Workforce  (3 hour session)
A fun filled interactive workshop identifying and understanding the dynamics involved in 5 generations working side by side.  Traditionalists, Baby Boomers, Gen Xers, Millennials.   Interact successfully with all generations.  ​

LinkedIn Workshop  (2 part workshop; 3 hour sessions)
Create your own profile and get it up and running.  Understanding LinkedIn and navigate the site including a tour of tabs, sections, etc.  

Interviewing Workshop  (2 part workshop; 4 hour sessions)
Do mock interview and critiques.  Pre-interview processes (screenings, tests, surveys).  Types of interviews.  Behavioral Event Interviews.  Answering questions.  How to prepare for the interview. 




BASIC COMPUTER SKILLS (3 day class    M-W-F   12:30 to 3:30)
Work with computers to learn key concepts for today’s digital world. Topics include hardware essentials, software, networking, the Internet, file management, and cloud. The goal of this course is to develop the practical, real-world skills needed to be successful at work and in school.

Students must have fundamental knowledge of computers, and how to perform basic operations such as use of a mouse or finger pad, pointing/clicking, copying/pasting, etc. Students without these skills, or if uncertain, are encouraged to enroll in the Basic Computer Skills before enrolling in the following classes

WORD BASIC (2 day class   4 hrs per day  12:30 to 4:30)
Microsoft 2016 Word to create, revise, and save documents for printing and future retrieval. It will provide participants with the fundamental concepts required to produce basic business documents.
Pre-requisite:  Basic Computer Skills

WORD INTERMEDIATE  (2 day class   4 hrs per day  12:30 to 4:30)
Microsoft 2016 Word.  Students will acquire Intermediate level skills in program. Learn styles outlines, sections and columns.  Format tables, print labels and envelopes, use templates and building blocks.  Work with graphics and manage document revisions.
Pre-requisite:  Word Basic

EXCEL BASIC  (2 day class   4 hrs per day  12:30 to 4:30)
Introductory class designed to create and manage worksheets, spreadsheets, charts and other business documents. 
Pre-requisite:   Basic Computer Skills

EXCEL INTERMEDIATE (2 day class   4 hrs per day  12:30 to 4:30)
Move beyond the “basic” concepts of Microsoft 2016 Excel.  

Pre-requisite: Excel Basic

POWERPOINT  (2 day class   4 hrs per day  12:30 to 4:30)
Learn to create presentations and other business communications.
Pre-requisite:    Basic Computer Skills