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Hodges Connect Helps Fills Workforce Skills Gaps

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Hodges University Helps Fill Workforce Gaps with Hodges Connect

Hodges University is answering the call for workforce skill development with our professional training initiative, Professional Education and Training (PET), called Hodges Connect.

is about giving our workforce a competitive edge and is designed to prepare the workforce with the employer-demanded skills necessary to succeed. Workshops and classes within the Hodges Connect platforms may be customized for any industry and are available to individuals or corporate groups.

Workforce Skill Development includes:

  • designed for construction trades and extractions, mechanics, installers and repairers, non-retail sales, office and administrative support, personal service, retail sales, housekeeping and janitorial, landscaping and lawn service, and transportation and material-moving machine and vehicle operators.
  • Basic Life Support, Basic Life Support Refresher and Heartsaver First Aid
  • Technology Programs upcoming soon including AutoCAD and ADOBE Software Applications.

To find out more about Hodges Connect, read the entire editorial article on .

Hodges University, a regionally accredited, private nonprofit institution founded in 1990, prepares students to leverage higher learning in their personal, professional, and civic endeavors. With over 10,000 graduates having a 93 percent rate of continued success in careers, Hodges is recognized for developing programs that are uniquely designed and delivered to serve a diverse adult learner population. With campuses in Naples and Fort Myers, Florida, Hodges provides flexible day, evening, and online classes taught by world-class faculty for undergraduate and graduate degrees. Hodges is also designated as a Hispanic Serving Institution, and is a member of the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU). More information about Hodges University is available at 2u4ugongyejixiang.com.

Dr. John Meyer, President of Hodges University speaks about workforce skills development through Hodges Connect
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