Free Computer Skills Classes Now Available At Union County College’s Plainfield Campus

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PLAINFIELD – Free workshops in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook and Windows are now offered in Plainfield, Cranford and Elizabeth by Union County College’s Industry-Business Institute.

These eight-hour classes are specifically for employers who want to train their employees in these applications to enhance productivity, improve efficiency and make better use of these standard applications to grow sales, improve service and keep more accurate records.

Visit the Industry-Business Institute’s webpage at and click on Ongoing Grant Funded Programs for details and registration instructions.

Union County College offers these to the employees of local businesses through a unique partnership of the New Jersey Business and Industry Association (NJBIA), the New Jersey Community College Consortium, and the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development.

Through the grant-funded NJBIA Project, employees can be trained at one of Union County college’s campuses or on-site at a participating business facility. Training is available in the following areas: Computer Applications (Windows, Outlook, Excel, Word), Mathematics and Measurement, Communications (verbal, written and customer relations), and English as a Second Language.

Open enrollment classes are available at the Union County College Elizabeth, Plainfield and Cranford campuses. Companies may also arrange classes for their employees at a time and location for their convenience, either one of the college’s campus locations or at your business facility. For a complete schedule call 1-908-965-2359 or 1-908-527-7207 or email

Although these classes are provided at no charge to the company, employers must pay their employees the customary hourly wage while in training. Companies are not required to provide a minimum number of employees for training, pay for class tuition, fill out complicated paperwork, or disclose financial statements. Consortium classes are also possible through professional, business or industry associations.

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