You can’t use just any training to create a high performing workforce. With proper training, your workers help you reduce costs, improve productivity and grow your organization to new heights. As an organization it is important to have high-quality, high-impact training with proven effectiveness. You also need a wide selection of training topics to address a broad range of skills. With ICTS, the training solutions cater to your organization’s needs. We create our training based on your corporate needs. We also offer a full range of online training solutions that allow your employees to have flexibility in their training.
Examples of Training:
Interested in Certificate Programs? Coming in fall of 2016- Innovative Corporate and Training Solutions (ICTS) and Baker University will offer several certificate programs to help employees enhance their current skills and develop new ones. Below is a short description of each certificate program.
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Contact Dr. Jena Eubank-Cantwell today at 620-584-3300 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Jena Eubank-Cantwell joined SCKESC in early 2016 to provide training to our area organizations. Jena earned her Bachelors degree from the University of Kansas and received her master’s degrees from Webster University which include an MBA and a MA in Human Resources Development. Jena received her doctorate in Organizational Leadership from Argosy University where her research topic focused on student soft skills in education and the workplace. She recently moved back to Kansas from North Carolina, while there she worked at a Community College and integrated soft skills curriculum into the college classrooms and in local high schools. Jena also worked with local business and industry to develop soft skills classes to improve customer service, employee retention and employee promotions. She has also presented at state and local conferences, including the State Early Childhood Education Conference and the State Human Resource Development Conference, regarding Soft Skills integration into the classroom and the effects that this has on student success. While managing the Human Resource Development program in North Carolina, Jena also worked and completed Soft Skill integration into prison education programs so inmates had marketable Soft Skills following their release from incarceration. Jena has worked in Human Resources, Training and Development, and the Financial Industry in leadership roles and providing training to employees on Soft Skills.