Many educational programs lend themselves to Corporate Training. As a former school owner, we used Corporate Training to fill empty seats in classes at our school. Basically, we designed the curriculum to accomodate the needs of corporate clients and vocational clients alike. This concept help keep the school at maximum untilization and was a significant income stream.
With planning and careful curriculum development, you can have both vocational and corporate students in the same classroom. You can offer continuing education classes to graduates that work in time sensitive occupations where technology changes frequently. Continuing education is useful for allied health and techonology occupations. Many of these classes can be held on the weekends to prevent interference with weekly classes.
Another form of Corporate Training is to become the "Corporate University" for a different companies. Become the training source that the companies send their employees to for upgrading skills. Also, you can arrange with companies to pre-train their employees when they are hired, thus insuring that the employee starts his or her employment fully qualified to do the job. For instance, work with companies to train their employees to the level needed by the companies prior to the employees starting their job. Become the company's training department. This is especially useful for technology companies.
Contact Approvals and Accreditation today to assist you in preparing your school for Corporate Training. Call (909) 949-7307 or email Approvals and Accreditation.
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