Individuals can find free adult job training courses by inquiring with local colleges and universities that sponsor free workshops and seminars in a variety of industries and specializations. Community centers and local offices of the Department of Labor and Health and Human Services also offer free job training courses that focus on entry-level computer skills, apprentice programs and career planning.Continue Reading
Online adult job training courses are often free when sponsored by local organizations, corporations or government offices. Students can view online tutorials at Monster.com or other job posting websites, videos from professionals in the industry established on private blogs, and portfolio websites and interactive platforms sponsored by educational institutions or the Department of Labor's One-Stop Career Center to test and evaluate job skills.
Employees may be able to acquire free opportunities to attend job training courses when their employer pays for the event, sponsors a workshop or sends employees to a professional conference. Some employers offer tuition reimbursement programs for employees to take higher education courses related to their positions at local colleges and universities.
The U.S. Small Business Association also hosts SCORE workshops that provide small business owners and entrepreneurs with free career education, business counseling and workshops focused on business ownership.Learn more about Careers