Welcome

WTJW-Arrow-1If you are unemployed and new to this site, we encourage you to subscribe (see panel to the right) so that you are automatically notified of updates and new free resources. We never sell, rent or in any way use your email address for any purpose other than to keep you updated regarding development on this site.

Frontline Learning is offering over 40 free e-learning courses to unemployed individuals. If you are unemployed and would like to receive these courses, complete the request form by clicking here.  Note: You must separately subscribe to this blog (see arrow above) if you want to be notified of new posts by email. Registering for the free e-learning courses will not automatically subscribe you to the blog.

In addition we are hosting a series of webcasts focused on specific skills and techniques to help you find your next job. You can click on the “Resources” link above to view the recordings of previous webcasts.

Everything is free. No catch, no hook… no kidding.

 

 

Frequent Questions

Below are some of the most frequent questions we have received since we launched this program about three weeks ago.

How long do I have access to these courses?

You will have access to these courses for 365 days. If you need additional time please let us know.

There are a lot of courses, where should I start?

Whether or not you are in a selling role or looking for a sales job, the “Handling Adversity” course within the  selling skills category is a great first course for job seekers.

What’s the catch? What product or service are you promoting?

There is no “hook,” no “catch,” no obligation for anything. This is simply our effort to help unemployed individuals who could benefit greatly from some of our online learning courses, but obviously face financial hardships that would prevent them from paying for the courses.

Can I get a completion certificate for each course I finish?

Yes, within the online learning management system, once you complete an e-learning course you will be able to print out a completion certificate.

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