Workplace Learning Resource Center


Welcome to the Sacramento WpLRC
   
  Enhancing employability:
Enhancing employability through strong basic skills, the Workplace Learning Center provides customized training programs that improve employee skills and performance.
 
 
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funded through the California Community Colleges' Economic and Workforce Development
(CCCEWD) program. For more information about our network of partners throughout the
state, go to www.wplrc.org

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Upcoming Events

Next Skills Train-the-Trainer Workshop:  The Skills Employers Want!

Select a date & location for more information and the registration form:

Next Skills (Adult/Community College Version)
 
April 22-23, 2013: Ontario/Chino
May 6-7, 2013: Sacramento
July 9-10, 2013: San Diego

Next Skills Prep (High School Version)
 
April 15-16, 2013: Sacramento
May 9-10, 2013: Ontario/Chino
June 18-19, 2013: San Diego

What's New

Preview a Next Skills Prep Sample Chapter |
The number of Next Skills Institute educator and student numbers now total over 3,047! |
Learn more about Next Skills Prep...

Join the Train-the-Teacher Google Group
Discuss and share Next Skills methods, activities, resources, ideas, and tips.

Sacramento Workers Lack Critical Skills, Study Says
"Fewer and fewer workers have the technical and "soft" skills needed to compete in the marketplace, the group concludes," and this holds true across California.
(The Sacramento Bee, May 2011)

Next Skills for Today's Workforce: The Skills Employers Want!
BUSTEC 121 at Folsom Lake College (3 units) Spring 2013 Click here for more info...