In today's competitive workplace, it's more important than ever to have strong professional
skills. These skills can help you succeed in any job, regardless of your industry
or experience level.
The Professional Skills program at Harper College can help you develop the skills
you need to succeed in the workplace. Our courses cover a wide range of topics, including:
- Problem solving
- Time management
- Innovating strategically
- Prioritizing equality
- Leveraging technology
Whether you're a just entering the workforce or an experienced professional, the Professional
Skills program at Harper College can help you take your career to the next level.
To get started, visit the How to Register page.
Professional Skills Course Descriptions
|LBS8050 Professional Skills Intensive|
This six-session course is designed to give you a well-rounded view of some of the
professional skills needed in today's workforce. Topics include: Managing Time, Communicating
Well, Prioritizing Equity, Leveraging Technology, Solving Problems, and Innovating
Strategically. A digital badge will be awarded after successful completion.
|LPM8002 Workplace Communication and Interpersonal Skills|
Covers the skills needed to work effectively within a professional business and team
environment. Understand team dynamics and how to resolve interpersonal conflict. Effective
communication, business analysis, problem solving, and team development are covered.
This course will strengthen your business professional skills.
To find open classes in professional skills, see the CPE Open Class List page. To get started, visit the How to Register page.
Some CPE courses may be eligible for grants and scholarships on a limited basis. We encourage you to apply for funding to learn more about options
that may be available to you. To apply, please complete the Scholarship Application form.
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