Tuesday, December 16
9 a.m. — 12 p.m.
Review the dynamics of the interview process from pre-planning to follow up. Time will be spent on behavior-based questions and questions applicants should ask potential employers.
Tuesday, December 16
1 p.m. — 4 p.m.
Elevator Speech 101
Your first words set the tone for the conversation! We’ll help you develop the perfect elevator speech to make a lasting impression. Learn how you can quickly explain to others what you want from your next job and what you can offer a prospective employer. This interactive workshop will fill quickly, so register today!
Friday, December 19 (NEW!)
2:30 p.m. — 4 p.m.
Project Management: Getting Started in this High-Demand Career
Are you considering a new career in project management? If so, join us! This session will introduce you to the essential components of the job, critical success factors and common challenges. Learn specific details on training and certification options including web sites, costs, prerequisites, etc. Bring your questions!
Register for any of these workshops on the Events calendar on NCWorks Online.
If you’ve not yet registered on NCWorks Online, you’ll need to do that first.
If you have registered, follow these steps to reserve your seat at one of these sessions:
a. Log in to your NCWorks Online account
b. Go to the OTHER SERVICES tab
c. Click on APPOINTMENT CENTER
d. Choose EVENTS CALENDAR
e. Click on SHOW FILTER CRITERIA. For LWIA/Region select “Charlotte Works Work Force Development Board.” For Office Location select "Charlotte/Mecklenburg Employment Engagement Center"
f. Click on FILTER
g. Choose your desired event and click on it. Confirm date & time and click on REGISTER at the bottom of the page
The Collision Repair Technology Program is currently enrolling students. For more information, please visit www.cpcc.edu/transport_systems.
Emergency Medical Services Training Courses Available! For more information regarding CPCC’s EMT and Paramedic programs visit www.cpcc.edu/emstraining.
BLET-Basic Law Enforcement Training Program, visit www.cpcc.edu/public_safety/blet today!
CPCC Information Session for NC Back-to-Work Grant:
The new NC Back-to-work program provides short-term job training & retraining, employability skills and industry recognized credentials to unemployed North Carolinians. If you are a North Carolina resident, have received unemployment for at least 26 weeks or have exhausted your unemployment benefits, you may qualify. Students receive free tuition, books & supplies, as well as assistance with job placement and resume writing. Course areas include Computer Training, Automotive, HVAC, Flexography, Construction & Welding. For additional information, visit http://www.cpcc.edu/changingcareers/backtowork. Available spaces are filling quickly!