Training for Businesses: Workplace Basic Educational Skills

Reading, writing, math, communication and problem solving. These basic educational skills are an essential component for success in the workplace and in life.

Yet, studies show between 25 to 40 percent of the current workforce lacks basic skills. Workplace illiteracy costs U.S. businesses an estimated $225 billion a year in lost productivity.

CCBC believes educated employees are not only valuable to employers, but to society as a whole. Employers who provide skill enhancement courses are able to develop a strong workforce which in turn, assists in reaching business goals.

CCBC’s basic educational workplace training offerings:

Academic skills enhancement (ASE)

These courses are designed to ensure employees gain the competence and skills necessary to retain a position or advance in the workplace.

English for speakers of other languages (ESOL)

These courses improve communication in the workplace through instruction in speaking, listening, reading and writing.

General education development training

In addition to workplace readiness, these classes focus on the information and skills needed to obtain a high school diploma through the GED testing process.

Math skills development

These classes provide employees with an improved ability to perform workplace tasks requiring computation and problem solving skills.

Employers who partner with CCBC benefit from a thorough organizational review and basic skills task analysis. We will tailor a program to meet individual and organizational needs.

We guarantee:

  • Confidentiality for participants
  • Convenience in the form of classes offered during the day and evening, seven days a week
  • Quality instruction from experienced teachers who are skilled in working with adult learners
  • Affordability through reasonably priced courses

For more information contact Kim Sansone, Job Developer, at ksansone@ccbcmd.edu or call 443.840.4259.