For Workforce & Community Members
Welcome! Whether you are one of our hundreds of current business partners or are a community member looking to benefit from our services, the division of Outreach & Workforce Development is happy to help you.
We strive to build a stronger workforce and community for our region through outreach, continuing education, professional and workforce training, academic refreshers, personal interest classes and facility rentals.
The programs, courses and services we offer include:
- Adult Education (via the Adult Career Education System )
- High school programs (concurrent enrollment, diploma program, etc.)
- Life Enrichment (SEEK, L.I.F.E., personal enrichment courses, etc.)
- Outreach Education (Eastern Laramie County and F.E. Warren Air Force Base)
- Skills Assessments (WorkKeys, Career Readiness Certificates, Myers-Briggs, etc.)
- Workforce & Professional Development (leadership, computer software, OSHA, workplace Spanish, etc.)
- Facility rentals
Laramie County Community College
June 12 1 - 5 p.m.
June 13 8 - 5 p.m.
$150 per person or $130 for 5+
Business Growth & Innovation Training
Whether you're a new or existing organization, accelerate your productivity, growth, and profit during this hands-on training event!
- Innovate products and services that deliver new and meaningful value to customers
- Deliver products and services more cost effectively, driving increased profits
- Smart start organizational growth
REGISTER for the for Business Growth and Innovation Training
Contact us for more information at 307.778.4381 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Leadership and Professional Development
Enhancing Your HR Knowledge | May 1, 2018 | 1 pm – 5 pm | $139
Now that you’ve hired the right people, your responsibility is to create and maintain a safe environment. Participants gain valuable information about the role of a leader as it relates to supervising and managing performance and the role of human resource professionals in assisting you with this aspect of your job.
Communicating as a Leader | May 1, 2018| 8 am to Noon | $139
“People skills” are essential to a person’s ability to lead. Participants explore their strengths as a communicator that will promote a positive work environment while successfully engaging in difficult and everyday conversations.
Putting the Right People on the Bus | May 2, 2018 | 8 a.m. to Noon | $139
Hiring is one of the more important tasks of a leader. Participants explore the hiring process and gain skills to attract the right candidates and a future workforce to move your organization forward.
Coaching and Managing Performance | May 2, 2018 | 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. | $139
Good supervisors are good coaches! They look for opportunities to be proactive in helping their employees grow and develop professionally. This workshop addresses best practices in dealing with both proactive (helping the good get better) and reactive (addressing performance problems) coaching skills.
Organizational Advocacy | May 3, 2018 | 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. | $139
Workplaces exist by bringing people together to accomplish a common goal. Employees who understand the power dynamic interactions between people and their organizations will advance in their careers. Understanding workplace communication balanced with strategic planning can be an asset to both the organization and the employee. Participants identify long-term plans that benefit themselves and their organization.
Resolving and Managing Conflict | May 3, 2018 | 8 a.m. to Noon | $139
Leaders are often required to help employees deal with differences and understand the value of varying opinions. Effective conflict management, through coaching and mediation, are important skills to manage difficult conversations. Participants develop the ability to help employees resolve or manage the conflicts that may arise and maintain a culture of mutual respect and effective communication.