Our Health Literacy programs have been approved for nurse contact hours, CHES credits, and Dietetic CPEUs. Click here to learn more.
This program has been approved for continuing education units (CEUs) for use in fulfilling the continuing education requirements of the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA). Call us at 732-932-9271 for more information.
NJ Department of Labor (DOL)
Workforce Development Training Grants
The DOL sponsors programs that assist companies in accessing grant funds with employee training opportunities. Skills4Jersey training grant funds are available to New Jersey employers to upgrade the skills of their current employees and/or train new employees, for purposes of retaining highly skilled and high wage jobs in New Jersey. This funding also provides employers with a more valuable and productive staff.
Once your grant application is approved, your company can access training in over 200 course titles serving a variety of job titles from clerical and customer service to food service, health care and financial management.
Watch this video to learn more about our 40 hour Community Interpreter Program. Fall 2014 training dates: November 14, 21 and December 5, 12, 19. To learn more about this course and register for Fall 2014, please contact Felicia Conte, Program Coordinator at 732-932-9271 x662.
How We Can Help You
The Rutgers Office of Continuing Professional Education (OCPE) will:
- Help you determine your eligibility
- Guide you through the DOL's application process
- Develop a convenient training schedule for your staff
- Provide instructional resources
- Bring trainings to your facility
- Create customized courses & certificate programs as needed
Contact Us today to learn more!
In the News
The Rutgers OCPE Workforce Development unit was recently featured in an NJBIZ article! Read the article here.
today to see how we can help your organization!
"It was a high quality education and having it grant funded made it very easy for the organization to really embrace it and run with the program."
- JoAnn Ferrara
Director of Medical Records, Raritan Bay Medical Center
"In many cases, staff has acquired skills that have or will allow them to advance in the workforce. From the point of view of patient service, quality, cultural competency and customer service, the grant has been very useful to us."
- Julie Feibush
Saint Peter's Healthcare System
View full testimonials from grant recipients.