KRHCAI to offer iCAN workshops through HawCC and DLIR WDD collaboration

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Hawai‘i CC and the State of Hawai‘i Workforce Development Division are collaborating to offer free Individualized Career Achievement Network (iCAN) workshops for anyone interested in improving their reading, writing, math and workplace skills.

Open to anyone over 18, whether or not they have a high school diploma, these free iCAN workshops prepare individuals for the workforce as they pursue a National Career Readiness Certificate.  This certificate demonstrates that these individuals have a certain level of workplace employability skills.  

The program is funded through a grant awarded under the Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training Grants (C3T), as implemented by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration.

The iCAN workshops, which will be held at the Kau Resource and Distance Learning Center in Pahala pending the hiring of an instructor(s), are a great way for employees and job seekers to improve their employability skills. To register and for more information, contact Serrylee Kanakaole-Wong, Student Support Specialist, at 981-2860 ext. 232.

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