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College of Central Florida hosting free online noncredit courses through June 30

The College of Central Florida Corporate College is offering 10 self-paced, online noncredit courses available for employers and their staff at no cost through June 30.

The free courses include a mix of hard and soft skills that are highly relevant in today’s changing job market. They include:

  • Creating Web Pages;
  • Creating WordPress Websites;
  • Fundamentals of Supervision and Management;
  • Twelve Steps to a Successful Job Search;
  • Keys to Effective Communication;
  • Managing Customer Service;
  • Marketing Your Business on the Internet;
  • Personal Finance;
  • Small Business Marketing on a Shoestring; and
  • Individual Excellence.

“We know that businesses and organizations are experiencing unprecedented challenges during this time and might have been directly affected by this outbreak. Now more than ever, the Corporate College remains as passionate as ever about helping our community learn, stay relevant and keep active,” said Dr. Jennifer Fryns, associate vice president, Career and Professional Programs. “We are pleased to have made a selection of our online course offerings completely free for a limited time to assist your employees and business.”

To learn more about online noncredit course options, visit the Corporate College website at CF.edu/CorporateCollege and click on Free Classes.

Following COVID-19 CDC Guidelines, the Corporate College is still able to offer custom training for small groups on a case by case basis. Contact CorporateCollege@CF.edu for a quote or to discuss options.

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