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CUSTOMIZED TRAINING PROGRAMS
Training programs are customized for each company.
The first meeting is a free consultation to identify the company's training
needs. If additional time is required, our Performance Consulting service
Companies Can Select from a Wide Range of Training Options
Benefits of Customized Training Programs
Training programs and courses are customized and vary in length and skill level to meet the company needs. The following course descriptions give an idea of what could be designed for your company.
Math for Manufacturing: Using percentages, charts, ratios, as well as company specific mathematical problems, employees develop skills needed in the high tech environment (48 hours).
Understanding & Applying Workplace Data: This course shows employees how to read, create, and discuss charts and graphs found in their workplace (40 hours).
Reading, Writing, and Presentation Skills: Employees use critical thinking skills, e-mail, and Power Point to research workplace issues and present their findings to each other and management (48 hours).
English as a Second Language in the Workplace (Beg, Int, Adv): ESL courses are designed to help employees build English language proficiency while incorporating workplace language, problem-solving techniques, social and cultural integration, and critical thinking skills. The courses draw from everyday employee workplace interaction in order to integrate the English language into their work life (40+ hours).
Writing/Editing: This advanced English course will examine components of powerful writing (e.g., audience, purpose, cohesion), focusing on reports, lengthy memos, and letters. Finding and correcting errors, particularly high-level grammatical errors, will be taught.
Management/Supervisory SkillS: Quality assurance and accurate communication are critical elements of the supervisor's job. This course will help supervisors develop communication, planning, organizing, and leadership skills as they relate to overall job performance and quality supervision (8 hours).
Preventing, Managing, and Resolving Conflict: Participants learn the principles and techniques of preventing, managing, and resolving a conflict in the workplace using problem-solving models that will allow employees to successfully operate as a team. Specific approaches and techniques can include (1) diagnosing conflict cause; (2) analyzing positions of all parties; (3) identifying options for managing or resolving; (4) developing a specific managing or resolution strategy; (5) negotiating between parties; (6) reaching and writing the agreement (8 - 16 hours).
Managing Change: Change is the one constant factor that managers face daily. As a manager it is critical that you and your employees recognize the importance and necessity of dealing positively with change in an environment that constantly demands new products and services. This course provides the manager with the knowledge and skills to create a work environment that supports change effectively (8 hours).
PARTIAL LISTING OF COURSES AVAILABLEThe following list of topics represents the broad range of subjects that the Junior College can bring to the work site.
SUPERVISORY SKILLS TOPICS
GENERAL WORK-RELATED TOPICS
TECHNICAL SKILLS TOPICS
“The only thing worse than training your employees and having them leave is not training your employees and having them stay.” - Henry Ford
Santa Rosa Junior College is officially accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges