Atlantic Cape Community College has received a grant from the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority (CRDA) to run the “Atlantic City Works” free job training program. The funds will go towards helping Atlantic City residents who are unemployed or under-employed and will assist Atlantic City Casino employees who require additional training to maintain their employment or assist in advancement.

More than 20 certifications and workshops available to both groups, including:

Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA®) Hybrid; Certified Front Desk Representative (CFDR®); Certified Fundamentals Cook (CFC®); Certified Guest Service Professional (CGSP®); Certified Hospitality Supervisor (CHS®); Culinary and Cooking Professional Training Program; Customer Service for the Hospitality Industry; Emergency Medical Technician – Hybrid; English as a Second Language, Levels 1, 2 and 3; Foundations for Success, Adult Literacy, GED; Foundations for Success, Adult Literacy, Test Preparation; Leadership Series; Microsoft Excel for Managers and Supervisors; Microsoft Excel, Beginner; Microsoft Excel, Intermediate; Phlebotomy Technician (CPT®); ServSafe Food Protection Manager Certification; Table Games Dealer (Blackjack, Roulette, Baccarat).

Watch this brief video about the Atlantic City Works Program:

What is the Atlantic City Works Training Grant Program

Click the one minute videos below to learn more about some of these opportunities:

Dealers Program

Medical Assistant Program

Phlebotomy Program

Certified Fundamentals Cooks Program

Culinary and Cooking Professional Program

“The Atlantic City Works” training program is an excellent opportunity for us to provide the residents of Atlantic City and the Atlantic City Casino employees with valued credentials, certificates, and skill enhancements,” said Atlantic Cape’s Senior Director of Workforce Development Sherwood L. Taylor.

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