LAFOLLETTE, TN (WLAF) – The Roane State Community College campus in Campbell County is offering several free courses. These courses include a class to help improve skills related to “remote work” or working from home, as well as an environmental infection protection training class.

Tennessee First Lady Maria Lee (left) and Roane State Campbell County Campus Director Tracy Powers (right) at a recent Campbell County event.
According to Roane State Campbell County Campus Director Tracy Powers, the Remote Work Boot Camp is a “valuable course for those who have found themselves working from home due to the pandemic”.
“These have been unprecedented times in our country.  Many people are now working and learning from home.  This class would benefit those as one would learn how to be productive in their current job, course work, or when looking for employment during this pandemic.”
This class was made possible by the TN Community CARES Grant that the college was recently awarded.
The Environmental Infection Protection Training has been made possible by Roane State’s continuing education department, which is offering the class.  During the month of October it is free until 150 slots have been taken.
This would be a great course for staff that handles cleaning.
Courses are free but have limited seating, so they are on a first come, first served basis.
For more information, call Roane State at 423-562-7021 or contact Sonya Parker.
The Campbell County Roane State campus is located at 201 Independence Lane in LaFollette. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 10/28/2020-6AM)