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CWD: Customized Training

Customized Training Services

Needs Analysis

Career & Workforce Development (CWD) is available to assist in designing targeted training specific for your needs. Together, we will identify the most appropriate training solution to benefit your employees and your company.

Development of Programs

We build programs that work for our clients. We offer courses in over 200 topics. Don't see exactly what you're looking for? CWD can develop programs to meet even the most specific training needs. 

We also develop employees beyond single day courses. Certificate Programs (see below) and Succession Planning Programs have been developed to lead employees on a more targeted learning path. Additional program paths can be developed to meet specific workforce needs in your company.

Customization of Courses

In a competitive business environment, a company's workforce is their greatest asset. CWD can assist in employee development to realize that competitive advantage. Through course design and instructor expertise, we can customize our training to precision-craft employee education.

Certificate Programs

Where training is concerned, many businesses in today’s competitive environment focus on specialized knowledge and information. WKU's Career & Workforce Development creates certificate programs with defined outcomes that align with the skills needed in various jobs.

We currently offer these certificate programs:

  • Supervisor Certificate Program
  • Group Leader Certificate Program
  • Management Development

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 Last Modified 9/24/14