Adult Education & Career Training
RECEIVE THE EDUCATION AND TRAINING REQUIRED FOR TODAY'S WORKFORCE
We partner with organizations throughout Central Indiana who offer adult basic education training and occupational skills trainings. You can further your education through English Language Learning (ELL) courses or through High School Equivalency (HSE) courses offered for free by local providers or go into occupational skills training and take one of the many Next Level Job training courses listed below.
Free training funds are available for eligible job seekers!
Contact WorkOne Indy to schedule your appointment and see if you qualify today. Call (317) 798-0335 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For help with finishing your high school education or learning English, please use this form.
How We Can Help
Do you want an in-demand, high-paying job? Consider building skills through education or training opportunities.
Check out our list of available trainings and other job training resources below. You can access training funding directly from WorkOne Indy or directly from the training providers.
Free training funds are available for eligible job seekers. Contact WorkOne Indy to schedule your appointment and see if you qualify today. Call (317) 798-0335 or email email@example.com.
Additional Job Training Resources
180 Skills provides manufacturing and workforce skills training that align with real jobs. Learn the skills you need to meet the needs of today's manufacturing employers.
Check out additional job training resources from the Indiana Department of Workforce Development.
Job Seeker Tools
WorkOne Indy has additional job seeker tools and resources available to help you advance your career.
Next Level Jobs
The Workforce Ready Grant, from the State of Indiana, is a new financial aid opportunity to help working-age adults gain the skills they need to advance their career.
High School Education & English Language Learning
Interested in furthering your education? These providers offer free education courses for any Marion County resident.
Marion County Adult Education
Check out this inspiring video about the important impact that Adult Education is making in the lives of Marion County residents.
Specialties: Learn to Read and Write, Learn English, High School Equivalency, Customer Service Certification
Phone: (317) 275-4038
Indy Reads Community Classrooms provide the full range of adult education – learning how to read, to speak English, getting your High School Equivalency (GED), or getting a job – to adults at all skill levels in Marion County. We will work with you to create a learning plan that fits your needs. You'll have the support of instructors, tutors, and AmeriCorps members as you complete individualized lessons. Classes are held online 6 hours per week.
Specialties: High School Equivalency, English Language Learning, free training programs: Construction, Hospitality/Culinary, Logistics, IT, and more
Phone: (317) 602-3260
Website: Project Build Website, Application
Grow your skills!
Project Build – Marian University's high quality adult education and training program is offering free face-to-face and online classes. Customize your learning experience to fit your schedule and your goals. Take advantage of expert tutors and instructors who can help you master any coursework. We offer classes throughout Marion County: 37 Place, Edna Martin Christian Center, PACE, Flanner House, Hope Center Indy, and Marian University. Find out what you're made of!
The Excel Center
Specialties: High School Diploma, college credit,
industry-recognized certifications, life coaching, transportation assistance, free on-site childcare
Phone: (317) 524-3925
Since 2010, The Excel Center® has helped thousands of graduates increase their earning potential with a free Indiana Core 40 high school diploma. Operated by Goodwill of Central & Southern Indiana, The Excel Center provides support services such as on-site child care, transportation assistance, and college credit and industry-recognized certification courses – all at no cost.
Specialties: Adult Basic Education, High School
Equivalency Preparation and Testing, Career Trainings, and English Language Learning
Phone: (317) 532-5614
MSD of Warren Township's Adult Education is a learning program to help adults refresh and improve academic skills needed to prepare to pass the High School Equivalency, prepare for college, enroll in career training, help children with homework, or review content before entering the workforce. Classes are FREE of charge and are offered at multiple locations and times. Warren Township Adult Education now offers classes at WorkOne Indy located on Shadeland Avenue in Indianapolis.
Specialties: Adult Education, English Language Learning, High School Equivalency Preparation and Testing, Career Training, Life Coaching, citizenship classes,
Phone: (317) 259-5275
Washington Township is a full-fledged adult education program. We serve ELL and ABE students. Our program is an official TASC/HSE testing site. We offer career training classes and life coaching to assist and aid in students reaching their goals. We help students with citizenship classes and partner with businesses to serve the public demand for jobs and educational credentials.
Specialties: English Language Learning, High School Equivalency, HSE Bootcamp, Career Training in healthcare, welding, HVAC, truck driving, QuickBooks, CompTIA, and paraprofessional
Phone: (317) 988-7975
Wayne Township Adult Education (WTAE)’s mission is passionate about
helping our students achieve their personal, educational, and career
goals. We find our students to be highly motivated and focused on advancing in life. Without a doubt, it is our belief that all students will succeed. We pursue a customized pathway for success in partnership with our students. We offer classes in Hendricks, Morgan, and Marion counties.
YMCA of Greater Indianapolis
Specialties: Child & Youth Care Worker and Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) certifications
The adult education grant provides the YMCA of Greater Indianapolis an opportunity to scale its workforce development program, Project Connect, throughout Marion County. As a new provider, the Y seeks to provide high quality adult education opportunities for young adults and adults in our communities that need our support. Project Connect, the Y’s adult education program, targets adults 18 years or older who are unemployed or under-employed.
Specialties: Adult Education, career certifications, college credit
Phone: (317) 917-3308
In 2015, Martin University launched its ability to benefit (ATB) program where persons without a high school diploma or equivalent can enroll in 1 of 3 career pathways: bookkeeping, early childhood education, or Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS). Each program is 60 credit hours long, providing students with foundational skills in writing, math, computer literacy, and college success. Students earning a high school degree while in the program may transfer credits towards a Martin bachelor’s degree.