CCA offers tailored training designed for your unique business needs on topics including management skills, leadership, diversity awareness, English as a Second Language on the Job and more. Descriptions of these are below. Training scope and pricing is driven by your needs.
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Entry and Mid-Level Management Essentials:
When a high performing employee is promoted to a management position, a new set of expectations and responsibilities kick in.
Half of new managers are never trained; and thus, 60% of managers fail within the first 24 months.
With your company goals, we outline both the up-front rules and the unspoken behaviors of good managers. Short and customized sessions are:
• Communicate as a Manager to Strengthen Relationships
• Engage Employees on Problem-Solving
• Approach Your Upper Management with Confidence
• Delegate to Keep Your Employees Engaged and Motivated
• Set (With A Team) Performance Goals
• Give Feedback That Feels Right
• Identify and Coach Team Performance and Productivity
• Involve Teams in New Initiatives
• Facilitate Complaint Resolution
• Turn Bad Work Habits into Good Work Habits
• Tackle Workplace Conflicts with Confidence
• Stages of Employee Discipline
Diversity and Inclusion Training: The Unlimited Capacities Series
A workplace awareness training which hones workers’ cultural competencies. Training includes outlining responsibilities which value the contributions and interests of all employees. This includes understanding diverse cultural needs of employees and customers.
On-the-Job English Proficiency for Employees:
Proficient workers who are ready for promotion but lack proficient English language skills slow your company growth. Our training uses your worksite vocabulary and company’s daily workplace routines to substantially strengthen their speaking and writing skills for the next level of responsibility.
On-the-Job English for ESL Employees:
Proficient workers who are ready for promotion but lack proficient English language skills can slow your company growth. Our training uses your worksite vocabulary and company’s daily workplace routines to substantially strengthen employee speaking and writing skills for their next level of responsibility.
ESL (Construction Specific):
Part A ESL Spanish on the Job [for workers] :
We have a curriculum to customize so that occupational specific vocabulary, tasks and concepts so that employees can advance in the job.
Part B: Spanish Terms for Supervisors in Construction
Construction supervisors and managers with workers who mostly speak Spanish often want to better communicate with them.
For questions or additional information, contact Janel Highfill, Director of Strategic Partnership & Resource Development at email@example.com or call 303-361-7362, or Jo O’Brien, Director of Industry Outreach at Jo.O’Brien@ccaurora.edu or call 303-340-7235.