As your training partner, the Center for Workforce and Community Education provides the following services:
Training Needs Assessment
It is difficult for most companies to sort through the many programs offered by trainers today. The Center works with your management team to determine the competencies and skills needed by your organization to develop an appropriate workforce that meets your goals.
Customized Training Solutions
In today’s global economy, every company has specific needs. These needs may not be met with "off-the-shelf training." The Center recognizes that cost-effective training, delivered to meet the specific needs of your business at a time and place that is most convenient for your employees, contributes significantly to your success.
The Center has a vast network of professionals with industry experience who provide consulting services in areas such as: Succession Planning, Strategic Planning, Organizational Development, Human Resources, Lean, Six Sigma, Marketing, and Leadership. Since both the Center and BCC rely on a wide array of highly qualified faculty, many other services are readily available. Contact the Center for additional information.
Funding Through Grants
Many companies use state grants to fund training. The Center takes the difficulty out of the grants process. The Center provides project management services and works with your management team to write your grant and to develop supporting documentation.
It is important for you to understand industry trends. However, there is only so much that can be done with limited resources. The Center supplies the appropriate data and helps you interpret the impact of that data on your business.
What is the Partnership? The Partnership is an agreement between your company and the Center for Workforce and Community Education. This agreement provides all the services described above in a collaborative effort to meet the training needs of your company. These on-going relationships allow both the Center and local businesses to develop a skilled regional work force and, ultimately, a robust local economy.