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UPGRADE YOUR WORKERS:
UPGRADE YOUR EXISTING EMPLOYEES SKILLS:

 
There is $750.00 per existing employee or more from the State of Texas Skills Development Fund of Workforce Solutions and WCJC.  These dollars could be used for additional existing employee training on
 
·         Osha guidelines or safety training
·         CPR
·         QuickBooks
·         Specialty welding
·         Record keeping
·         Math measurements skills
·         English as a second language
·         Medical record keeping
·         Customer service skills
·         Excel training
·         Salesmanship
·         Marketing merchandise
·         PowerPoint
·         Cold calling for sales
·         Leadership training
·         Programing controls
 
And other skills your company needs to upgrade your employee with additional training.  The key is it is customized training!!!!
This could be 2 to 10 to 20 to 60 persons, only trained on the material you want them to covered and at the time at a time you allow designated for the employees.
Training a be at your work location or in another setting of your choosing.
 
If you have any interest, please contact for setting up a meeting to discuss:
TAMARA RODRIQUEZ M.ED.
RODRIQUEZT@WCJC.EDU
281-243-8495
FAX 281-239-1628

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