National Career & Training Resource Centers
Schools, investing in technology, are beginning to keep their doors open after their students leave so parents can take advantage of the facilities to learn new skills, too.
The Training Resource Center (TRC) at Eastern Kentucky University (EKU) is an example of resource centers available across the U.S.
The primary goal of TRC is to enhance the delivery of education, training, and professional development activities to clients. They provide a wide range of services, from training of new and veteran employees to conference coordination, curriculum development and planning, job task analysis, facilitation services, and system analysis.
Check to see what Training Resource Centers are available in your area.
The Department of Labor's Employment and Training Administration maintains a huge database of research, policies, organizations, training models, funding sources, etc. for the modern workforce.
21st Century Skills prepares students for the workplace and society. It will be especially helpful for administrators, building a vision for 21st century schools.
The Institute for Adult Literacy at Penn State University offers lessons and tips for adults to acquire stronger English skills.
Coursequest supplies a comprehensive listing of web-based training across subjects and technical topics.
These resources barely scratch the surface of online workforce-enabling capacities for your school community. At least these trailheads are available.