February 26, 2021 Grantley Adams

Winsted – Northwestern Connecticut Community College will continue to offer a number of unique classes this spring geared to help navigate the new normal of today’s workplace brought on by the pandemic.

“We are excited to continue with some of the popular classes we presented last fall, as well as offer some new courses that I’m sure will have great appeal,” said Jane Williams, NCCC’s Workforce Development Director. “All of the workshops presented continue to help address the needs of businesses and individuals with motivational and interactive, as well as practical, on-line training. With a wide range of subject matter; there is something for everyone,” she said.

Spring New Normal courses include classes in communication skill building, supervisory skill building, how to thrive while teleworking, understanding virtual presentations, women in leadership, and emotional intelligence workshops that address the value of mindfulness and how to reduce anxiety. New courses being offered for the spring workshops include a three-session course titled: Retirement – Getting Ready for What’s Ahead, as well as time management skills training.

All classes are offered through the Northwestern Workforce Developing and Continuing Education office and will be conducted online with short-term and flexible scheduling. Classes are scheduled throughout the spring – March through June – and programs can also be customized to meet the exact needs of a company.

“As we try to get back to normal in the coming months, Northwestern is excited to present additional New Normal training opportunities to meet the needs of our area businesses and the community,” said Williams.

For a complete listing, go to The New Normal on the Northwestern Business and Industry website at www.nwcc.edu/continuing-education/business-industry-services. For more information or to talk about a customized program that exactly meets your company’s needs, email Gary Carra at gcarra@asnuntuck.edu.

NCCC is closely following State Health Guidelines relating to COVID-19.