Clark State Community College Workforce and Business Solutions will offer several online, virtual options for professional development and employee upskilling and training.
“In these unprecedented times, the Clark State Workforce and Business Solutions team is still here to assist,” said Lesli Beaver, director of Clark State’s Workforce and Business Solutions. “We are happy to present online and virtual classroom-based courses and hope that businesses will consider professional development and training a valuable option for them and their teams, as our daily work schedules look increasingly different.”
Clark State campuses moved to modified operations which use online or alternate formats for classes through the end of the spring semester on May 10. The modified operations were implemented in effort to help curb the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
“As we all move forward, the Clark State Workforce and Business Solutions team is here as a resource and partner, not only for training, but to help connect the workforce to whatever resources needed to continue to thrive,” said Beavers. “Also, courtesy of FASTLANE, we have scholarship funding available for our local manufacturers to send one employee, per manufacturer, to the online Fundamentals of Supervision and Management, completely free of charge to the manufacturer.”
Beavers said Clark State offers an online catalog of over 700 trainings including Customer Service (self-paced); Soft Skills Suite, which includes modules on Achieving Success with Difficult People, Interpersonal Communication, Skills for Making Great Decisions, and Individual Excellence; several modules on Microsoft Office, Excel, Office365 and other Microsoft applications; Project Management and a Presentation Skills Suite.
A complete catalog of courses can be found online at: https://www.ed2go.com/cscc/.
Registration is open now for the following spring Workforce and Business Solutions courses:
The series is six modules, two webinars per module, and individuals can sign up for the entire series or just one module. This series will be held virtually, in an instructor-led web-based classroom. The series includes the Foundations of Leadership which utilizes the DiSC assessment and learning how personalities affect leadership. There are also sessions on Emotional Intelligence, Communication and Conflict and Time Management and Delegation.
Classes will be held in April and May.
Learn more at: https://www.clarkstate.edu/academics/short-term-training/professional-short-term-training/leadership-development-series/
Professional Sales Readiness Certification
This seven-week non-credit online Sales Ready Certification program is highly interactive. It uses revealing assessments and true-to-life role plays to prepare students for successful sales careers that align with their strengths.
Students will participate in 11 sales modules and 4 branding and interviewing modules. The course provides a comprehensive sales education and introduction to sales career roles, including utilizing the highly predictive Chally Assessment sales profile and employer provided role-plays, extensive instruction in consultative techniques and communication building - plus interview, resume and personal branding tools.
The next class begins April 18.
Learn more at: https://www.clarkstate.edu/academics/short-term-training/training-calendar/professional-sales-ready-certification-april-june-2020/
Fundamentals of Supervision and Management
This is a 24-hour course focused on individuals new to supervisory and management positions. The course includes learning the skills to delegate responsibility and motivate your employees.
This course is available in both a self-paced module, which can be started anytime, or an instructor-led virtual classroom which begins April 15.
Learn more at: https://www.ed2go.com/cscc/online-courses/fundamentals-of-supervision-and-management-1