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Course Inquiry

Human Resources Development

To educate and train individuals in transition and the emerging workforce for success in the workplace. HRD is a dynamic and vital workforce development program promoting community and economic development by focusing on meeting customer needs and serving as a gateway for proven economic, social, and educational success.


LCC-Main Campus

Jones County Center

La Grange Center

Greene County Center

Pink Hill Center

Requirements to waive registration fees

  • Are unemployed
  • Have received notification of pending layoff
  • Are working and are eligible for federal earned income tax credit
  • Are working and earning wages at or below (200%) of the federal poverty guidelines

ALERT! Job Seekers Alert!

  • When job searching at DWS – Employment Security Commission office you must do it online
  • When filing your unemployment claim at DWS – filing must be done online
  • When filling out job applications (for most businesses), it must be done online
  • When applying for Social Security – it must be done online
  • When applying for most anything….it must or eventually will be done online!

Therefore, it is a must that you take an HRD class to learn how to operate a computer, fill out applications, file a claim and more!


Target Audience

  • Unemployed and underemployed individuals may be able to take the class at NO CHARGE to them. HRD works with local employers to help students obtain a more qualified applicant status.
  • Classes include Basic Technology Awareness, TechKeys For Job Seekers, Employability Skills, Triage – An introduction to Healthcare Employment KeyTrain/Career Ready 101, Internet Job Search and many more.
  • To receive assistance, go to the NCWorks Career Center or call the numbers below for information on how to get started in YOUR HRD class. You’ll gain information about other classes and government funding as well.

NCWorks Career Center
NC Tobacco Trust Fund Commission


  • Course textbook information will be provided by the instructor.

Payment should be made within 48 hours of the course start date. Payment can be made with one of the following methods:

  • Check or Money Order (Please make payable to Lenoir Community College)
  • Cash (Exact cash is required)
  • Contact the program coordinator listed below

Students can register in one of three ways:

Register Online

  • In Person: See office location of the program coordinator listed below.
  • Phone: Contact the program coordinator listed below.

For more information, please contact:
Name Job Title Location Phone Fax Email Campus