Job Skills Training

Job skills training ranges from simple computer skills or interview techniques to advanced technical training. Some of the regional providers of skills training are listed below. 


As part of its mission to relocate and welcome refugees into our area, CanopyNWA has introduced a new program to assist refugees and other immigrants integrate into the community and achieve their job and financial goals. New American Cities is a free program open to all foreign-born residents who have employment authorization. The program offers participants education in financial literacy and career advancement. To learn more, contact CanopyNWA at 479-310-0147.

Fayetteville Adult Education

Job Training Certification

Northwest Technical Institute

The primary role of the Northwest Technical Institute is to provide educational programs to serve the training/retraining needs of students who wish to enter a recognized occupation or improve their occupational skills and knowledge so they may achieve stability or advancement in the workplace.

Northwest Arkansas Community College

NorthWest Arkansas Community College (NWACC), located in Bentonville, Arkansas, offers a variety of certificates, associate's degrees and job-skills training.

Arkansas Apprenticeship

Learn about becoming an apprentice in one of the skilled trades such as carpentry, plumbing, electrical, HVAC and boiler maintenance and repair, welding, sheet metal, insulation, painting, or window glazing.

Arkansas Department of Workforce Services

Get help with your job search via the Arkansas Department of Workforce Services through links to several different employment sites, skills assessment, and tactics. 

Arkansas Joblink

Post your resume and search for employment opportunities on Arkansas Joblink.

Workforce Development Center

Located at 2143 West Martin Luther King Jr Boulevard, the Workforce Development Center offers self-service in the resource center; intensive services for those needing personal assistance; training for those who qualify; and help with job seeking skills such as resume writing and interview preparation. There is also a statewide referral system linking jobseekers to other agencies that can provide supportive services needed in order to become successfully employed.