The seminar will discuss retraining programs, scholarships and grants available. It will be held Friday, Jan. 24 from 10 a.m. until noon at the Holiday Inn in Maryville.
"We understand the struggle of retraining after a long career in a particular field," ACOT Chief Operations Officer, Lute Atieh said.
"We can help you add updated skills to your resume including training on the latest software."
ACOT has been working with former Energizer employees since layoffs at Energizer were first announced in 2013.