For over 30 years, College of the Canyons has been a leader in Workforce Training and Development by providing customized training solutions to businesses in our region.
Through our efforts, we have enabled more than 3,200 companies to soar to new heights by equipping their staff with skills that add value to their bottom line. We attribute our success to our ability to listen and respond to the needs of our local businesses.
Recently, more than 400 business leaders attended the 2018 Economic Outlook Conference sponsored by the Santa Clarita Valley Economic Development Division (SCVEDC). In a poll conducted at the conference these leaders were asked, “Which Business Resource is Most Important to your future success?” The response was overwhelming: 44% of them identified “Workforce Development/ Skills Training” as the most important resource for the future success of their business.
In an effort to address this need, we are reaching out to you…we want to know, “How can College of the Canyons serve you?” “What are your training needs?” Please take a moment to complete the attached survey and tell us how we can help.
After we have collected all of the responses, we will host a Business Partner Breakfast on May 18th at College of the Canyons and share the results of the survey with you along with the resources available to meet your needs.
Staff development is one of the greatest challenges facing businesses today. College of the Canyons is here to give your company the competitive edge it needs to succeed and grow. Thank you for taking the time to complete the survey, and we look forward to hearing from you.
Dr. Dianne G. Van Hook
Chancellor College of the Canyons &
SCV Chamber Board Member
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