State 12 -Georgia – Job Training Programs



Maybe by now, you’ve realized your options aren’t as big as you’d like them to be. The jobs that pay a little bit more seem to be going toward certain qualifications and you could use the money right now. Anyone could say the same thing and they’d be right but as a single mother with one income, every extra dollar helps . With that in mind, maybe you’ve decided that extra job training will benefit you and help increase your chances at finding a job. If that’s what you thought, you’d be right and it would be a smart move on your part. It’s true that some jobs will train you for their position after you’ve been hired but if you get extra job training in the position you’re wanting, this can only help you with your job desires.

Sometimes the search is not as easy is it sounds though and you’ve discovered that firsthand. So with this article, I’m hoping to provide you with the job searching resources you might find useful in your search.

Goodwill of North Georgia
website: http://goodwillng.org/get-training/training-programs.aspx
This lists a few job training programs for people of North Georgia. It has options for programs that are certificate programs as well, but do not worry if that’s not what you’re looking for, not all the programs are. According to the website, those in the programs will also receive assistance with job placement and retention, so this definitely can help you.

Georgia Free Job Training
website: http://www.freejobtraining.us/state/georgia
This option will list some of the job training programs all over Georgia (and anywhere you choose to be exact); therefore this website can be helpful to you. No matter what kind of training you’re looking for, educational or job, this website can find locations in your city. I recommend giving it a search at the very least.

Job Training Programs in Georgia
location: Georgia
website: http://www.needhelppayingbills.com/html/georgia_job_training_programs.html
This is a site that lists both educational and job training programs, as well as centers in Georgia. This doesn’t list the websites so it’s probably a better resource than anything but it does list the phone numbers for the centers it lists.

Georgia Department of Labor: Training
website: http://www.dol.state.ga.us/js/education_and_training.htm
This is similar to one of the websites I already listed and also lists a few training programs, both job training and educational resources. Unlike the other website, it does have links to the websites it lists and you can go to these websites and explore them to see if they’re right for you.

Georgia Job Training Programs
website: http://www.jobtrainingprograms.us/state.php?state=Georgia&abbreviation=GA
This is a good resource for job training programs in Georgia. While it may not have every option available, it does list a few training options for you to choose from. It is worth a spot on the list and it doesn’t hurt to at least check it out.

This small list is only meant as a resource for you but there are other job training programs and websites out there for you. Georgia has its fair share of them and all you have to do is search for them, both online and off. If you choose to use the internet as your search tool, just have patience and remember to put in your location. If you choose not to, ask around your community or go to a job fair and search out job training programs there. Either way, you will find something as long as you remain patient and don’t give up when it seems hopeless.

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