SFCC announces PROTEC training for Business Systems Technology and Social Media Basics
Apply now for in-demand skills training combined with internships
Applications due Feb. 15 for Professional Readiness for Technical Career Program. Participants can earn digital badges verifying achievement in fully online training beginning Feb. 22.
SANTA FE, NM – Santa Fe Community College in partnership with Santa Fe County and New Mexico Workforce Connection announces a training program for Santa Fe County residents to gain in-demand skills that prepare people to work online with businesses and local nonprofit organizations. The instructor-led training and accompanying internship will be delivered fully online from Feb. 22 through June 30. Applications are due Feb. 15. Apply at sfcc.edu/protec/.
Professional Readiness for Technical Career Program (PROTEC) offers preparatory training for entry-level employment in a variety of industries and is designed for individuals who are currently unemployed, under-employed, re-entering the workforce or looking to increase their hire-ability in Santa Fe County. Accepted participants will prepare for industry badges in Business Technology Systems and Social Media Basics through hands-on training and online workshops to gain key job-readiness skills through more than 30 hours of accelerated training online followed by up to 80 hours of paid online internships.
Accepted participants will develop job search skills to help them seek employment after completion of the program. CORE Score soft skills assessment and training will also be available to students. CORE Score includes skills such as critical thinking, communication, customer service, adaptability and drive for results. Apply online and get more information at sfcc.edu/protec/. Training scholarships and stipends are available to qualifying participants.
For more information about the PROTEC program contact SFCC Continuing Education program at 505-428-1676 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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