Workforce Solutions - Training Services for Business

Linking Atlantic Cape’s Professional Training Services to Your Business

Atlantic Cape can deliver training programs and targeted consulting to your business or organization and help you meet the demands of an increasingly challenging and competitive market. Any professional development course or computer workshop offered by Atlantic Cape can be customized to your organization’s specifications.

Grant-Funded Training Available to Upgrade Your Employees’ Skills

Funding may be available through NJBIA and the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development.

Grant-funded classes are offered in:

  • Basic Communication, Verbal and Written for Improved Customer Service
  • Basic Communication, Verbal or Written
  • Basic Mathematics or Measurements
  • English as a Second Language, Levels 1, 2, & 3
  • Microsoft Excel, Levels 1 & 2
  • Microsoft Word, Levels 1 & 2
  • PC Data Storage via the Cloud
  • PC Databases
  • PC Outlook
  • PC Windows
  • PowerPoint, Levels 1 & 2
  • Problem Solving
  • Spanish for Managers, Levels 1 & 2
  • Spanish in the Workplace, Levels 1 & 2
  • English in the Workplace, Levels 1 & 2
  • Team Building: Being a Team Player

The benefits of working with Atlantic Cape:

  •  Programs tailored to your specific business needs
  • Flexible scheduling to accommodate all shifts
  • Affordable pricing
  • Highly qualified professional trainers and instructors
  • Groups as small as ten and as large as 100
  • Leading-edge technology and training methods
  • Coordination with professional associations, governmental agencies, universities, and consultants
  • Assistance with applying for customized training grants through the New Jersey Department of Labor for Skills Partnership Grants
  • You can schedule a class on-site at your company, or you may send your employees to one of our various open enrollment programs.
  • You can have our team proctor your assessment or test for potential employees or existing employees. We can deliver assessments in traditional paper and pencil format or convert your existing assessment for electronic delivery.

Consider a focused training session delivered by Atlantic Cape’s professional team of trainers

  • Accessibility Workshop: Getting Started with Accessibility
  • Accessibility Workshop: Creating Accessible Content
  • Accessibility Workshop: Selecting and Adopting Accessible Materials
  • Change Management and How to Deal with It
  • Closing the Generation Gap in the Workplace
  • Coaching and Mentoring
  • Conducting Effective Performance Reviews
  • Conflict Resolution: Getting Along in the Workplace
  • Financial Management for the Non-Financial Manager
  • Identifying Human Trafficking
  • Resume Writing and Interviewing Skills
  • Managing Across Cultures
  • Managing the Virtual Workplace
  • Motivation Training: Motivating Your Workforce
  • Preparing Written Feedback
  • Public Speaking
  • Resume Writing

Online Instructor-Led Workshops

Atlantic Cape is now offering workshops designed to minimize time out of the office and maximize productivity! Choose from a topic below or call to discuss a customized workshop for your business. Please select one of the topics below for your team, or take advantage of our one-on-one instruction option.

  • Communications in Action
  • Customer Service
  • Microsoft 2016 Excel, Beginner
  • Microsoft 2016 Excel, Intermediate
  • Microsoft 2016 Word, Beginner
  • Microsoft PowerPoint, Beginner
  • Problem Solving & Decision Making
  • The Art of Leadership: Building Departmental Collaborations
  • The Art of Leadership: Leadership in Action
  • Time Management
  • Understanding Workplace Harassment

For additional information, contact Scott Griffin at sgriffin@atlantic.edu or (609) 343-5651.

Cape May County Campus – Mullock Family Library Nonprofit Resource Center (NRC) & Funding Information Network (FIN)

The Nonprofit Resource Center is located at the Cape May County Campus in the Mullock Family Library. In the center, nonprofits will find fundraising resources that include FREE online access to the Funding Information Network (FIN), a research tool to help nonprofits find the grantmakers most likely to fund their projects. The FIN online directories offer the most up-to-date information on available grant opportunities and funding history for 140,000+ foundations, corporations, and federal agencies. In addition to the online services, the NRC has a collection of reference books about fundraising.

The NRC also offers periodic workshops (free of charge) on HOW TO: use the online research tools, write grant proposals, budget and financial management, and other topics of interest to nonprofit organizations. A generous donation funds the NRC from the Mullock Family and the United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey. Public access to the NRC is available when the library is open. Individuals may schedule a one-hour consultation with a coordinator.

For more information, questions, and appointments or to join the mailing list, please
email: fin@atlantic.edu.