You may not have to look far for high-quality employee training. Local community colleges and other education providers typically offer a wide variety of options, including courses specifically designed for professional certification.
Training for today's most-needed skills
Local training options generally reflect local demand, but courses on software, leadership, quality systems and other current topics are always widely available. Training falls into two principal categories: customized training and continuing education.
Customized Training. Workforce training consultants meet with you to discuss your needs, deliver instruction onsite on your premises, train on your equipment, and schedule on your timetable. Training might include anything from companywide training in quality systems, to upskilling a work unit to produce more innovative products, to compliance training on newly implemented regulations.
Continuing Education (CE). Continuing education courses are generally prescheduled, on-campus (or online), and open to the public. If a small number of your staff need a particular course for professional development or occupational certification, continuing education can work very well, and is often preferable to customized training. A calendar of classes is generally available in print or online.
Explore training for your workforce
CareerOneStop's Find Local Training Programs helps you identify both customized training and continuing education options. To find the training you need, search by occupation or industry and find all related programs in your local area.
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Training for professional certification
Because certifications ensure that workers receive current, highly relevant training tied specifically to their work, they're well worth pursuing. Use CareerOneStop's Certification Finder to identify certifcations for your industry or occupational group.
Need help with training or other workforce issues? Contact your local American Job Center to connect with a Business Services Representative or other resources that can help.
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