TNCC Business Seminar Series Offers Skills for the 21st Century Workforce

Published: March 1, 2010

It is a new economy, and in these changing times employees and businesses must learn to better sell, service and lead. Throughout March, TNCC Workforce Development will offer a series of seminars to help employees and employers gain the skills necessary to adapt to and capitalize on opportunities in today’s business climate.

“These highly recognized courses were developed for the 21st century workforce,” says Michelle Manfred, TNCC Director of Corporate Training. “We give employees and employers the tools they need for today’s challenges,” adds Manfred. Participants will learn to think, collaborate, initiate, continuously improve and create while allowing technology to do the routine.

Classes are being held at Peninsula Workforce Development Center (PWDC) at 600 Butler Farm Road in Hampton and at the Discovery Center for Workforce Development at 5308 Discovery Boulevard, Suite 102 in Williamsburg.  To register, call (757)345-2806 or (757)-345-2855.

The series includes the following classes:

PWDC- Hampton:

  • Achieve Global’s Personal Strategies for Navigating Change
    8 a.m. -noon, Monday, March 15


  • DDI’s Taking Charge of Your Development
    8 a.m. -noon, Monday, March 22


  • VitalEDU’s Improving Work Habits
    8 a.m. -noon, Wednesday, March 31

Discovery Center- Williamsburg:

  • Achieve Global’s Personal Strategies for Navigating Change
    1-5 p.m., Thursday, March 18
  • DDI’s Taking Charge of Your Development
    1-5 p.m., Thursday, March 25
  • VitalEDU’s Improving Work Habits
    1-5 p.m., Thursday, April 1

Cost is $150 for each seminar or $300 for three.

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