When you add a column of numbers or calculate a percentage, do you wish you had better math skills?
Do you sometimes think that a better job would come your way if you knew more computer programs? Or maybe you just want to enrich your life and have the urge to go back to school.
Continuing education and on-the-job training programs include everything from basic education and equipment operation to computer training and college classes.
The Adult Basic Education (ABE) courses improve language, reading, and writing skills. English as a second language is a good subject for those who came to the U.S. from another country.
Math and basic educational courses are excellent preparation for a GED (general equivalency diploma) or high school diploma equivalent. Many school districts also offer ABE classes.
In some areas of study, the company offers tuition reimbursement for college courses. Most approved courses are directly related to a person’s current job, but others are not.
Stop by the Human Resources Department at your earliest convenience. Check to see what courses of study are available to you and sign up before classes are filled. You could find them enjoyable as well as beneficial to your future.