Microsoft® Digital Literacy Certificate
College and Career Readiness students can earn up to three computer-related certifications as they complete the basic, standard, and advanced training offered through Microsoft®. Our instructor will guide you to achieve the essential skills to begin computing with confidence, be more productive at home and at work, stay safe online, use technology to complement your lifestyle, and consider careers in which you can put your skills to work.
Career Readiness Certificate
Requested and required by employers across the nation, the ACT National Career Readiness Certificate (CRC) enables individuals to demonstrate their mastery of the most common skills required for workplace success. Our CRC prep classes prepare students to achieve one of three credential levels of the WorkKeys® certification: bronze, silver, or gold. The CRC certifies that an individual has workplace skills that are transferrable between industry sectors and across jobs within a sector.
Through the Basic Skills Plus program, eligible students may earn an industry credential in one of seven career pathways:
- Early Childhood Education
- Nursing Aide I
- Emergency Medical Technology
- Certified Production Technician
- Automotive Technology
Adult Secondary Leadership Academy
The Adult Secondary Leadership Academy instructs eligible students on the fundamentals of leadership and interpersonal skills. This four-week leadership training program engages students in four weekly modules: Leadership, Time Management, Communication, and Ethics.
Students who complete the Adult Secondary Leadership Academy will improve in the following areas:
- Employability Skills
- Presentation Skills
- Work and Family Life Balance
- Conflict Resolution
- Time Management
Director of College and Career Readiness
Room 254, Barnes Building, Rocky Mount Campus