Where do you see yourself in 1, 3 or even 5 years from now? Do you want more out of your job? I really think we could meet some of these goals to propel your career. Our training program is designed to assist those wanting to challenge themselves in a new career or to learn a new skill to enhance your career.

Did you know that training and technology of today will benefit both the employee and the organization? Yes? Learning is a lifelong process.  A company’s most valuable resource is its people.  Training provides the essential tools to build on those resources.  This results in a more productive workforce capable of maximizing the elements of change, with the aim of keeping the work environment in a state of constant evolution, while meeting the challenges of a new global community and new consumers. To put it in terms of money for the decision makers, “the strategy influences how the company uses physical capital, financial capital, and human capital.” (Noe, R., 2013, p. 17)

Training is not just sitting in a classroom for a few days and suddenly you’re better at your job. We’ve have to include hands-on application! Most people learn through doing to have a better understanding of the task or skill. Remember what Confucius said, “Tell me and I’ll forget, show me and I’ll remember, involve me and I’ll understand.” By including technology into the training, we can enhance the training and reduce the cost of sending someone to a different location to attend training.

I would like to talk more with you about your next career move.

Noe, R. A. (2013). Employee Training and Development (6th ed.). New York, NY: McGraw-Hill.

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