RANDOLPH, NJ - There is an excellent opportunity available to all Morris County residents, including Parsippany, to take a free one day class at CCM that would help sharpen business, communication and computer skills. You can read the full press release below:



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County College of Morris Workforce Development Continuing Professional Education offers free one-day classes in business, communication and computer skills at CCM's Randolph campus, 214 Center Grove Road. Onsite training at your business is also available.

Business skills topics include multiple courses on management and emotional intelligence, supply chain, finance for non-finance professionals, QuickBooks, email etiquette, Six Sigma, public speaking, social media and critical thinking.

Popular computer courses include SharePoint, Access, Google Cloud, PowerPoint, Skype, 365-Online and Outlook. Expanded Excel offerings cover classes for beginners to pivot tables and functions.

"This is an excellent program for professionals in our county to help them keep up with the fast-changing demands of the business and technology world, with classes offered at the county college or even more conveniently brought right to their business location,'' said Freeholder Heather Darling, who is a county governing board liaison to CCM.

Most classes run 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on weekdays. Employers can register employees for as many classes as desired.

More than 11,000 employees from 650 companies have reaped the benefits of these business skills training courses.

In addition to grant-funded business training, CCM offers a full range of open-enrollment community professional education programs in information technology and computer training, business skills, health occupations, professional development, and English Language Learning taught by industry experts. 

See the current schedule at www.ccm.edu/workforce.

The grant-funded initiative is the result of a partnership between the New Jersey Community College Consortium for Workforce and Economic Development and the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development.

Classes fill up quickly. Early registration is encouraged. For dates, descriptions and registration, visit Grant Supported Training for New Jersey Employees and Businesses at www.ccm.edu/Businesscommunity/BusinessSolutions/GrantSupported

Workforce Development also provides onsite business training, including classes in supply chain management, project management, sales and management/leadership development. For more information, contact Beth Rodgers, Associate Director, Workforce Development at 973-328-5186 or brodgers@ccm.edu

These classes are provided to employees at no charge, however, employees must meet these eligibility requirements:

  • Employers must have a valid FEIN tax-ID number.

  • Public employees and unemployed persons are not eligible for this program. Programs for unemployed persons may be found at http://msw-jobtraining.org.

  • For PC courses, employees must have Windows knowledge and keyboard/mouse skills.