YOUTH EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM
Training for instructors in the Illinois Community Violence
Prevention Program Summer 2014 YOUTH EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM will be
provided by the Workforce Academy of the City Colleges of Chicago. Training
will be provided at three locations:
SOUTH: Daley College, 7500 S. Pulaski Rd. (Monday-Friday)
WEST: Arturo Velasquez Institute, 2800 S. Western Ave.
NORTH: Lakeview Learning Center, 3310 N Clark St.
At the south and west locations, you may choose between training
offered in the morning (8:00 am–12:00 noon) or afternoon (1:00 pm–5:00 pm).
At the north location, due to the shortened week, training will be offered from
9:00 am–3:00 pm.
Please click on the registration link below and select
the training location and time you prefer. There are limited seats at each
location and those seats will be filled on a first-come-first-served basis.
The Workforce Academy seeks to
anticipate, identify and address the ever-changing needs of employers and their
employees by designing, developing and delivering quality training programs
and consulting services, which
result in improved work place performance for the participating individuals,
organizations, and businesses.
The Workforce Academy brings workforce
development training into the workplace, which helps Chicagoland businesses
grow through employee development. The Academy provides companies with the
solutions necessary for a successful future. We offer customized programs for incumbent and entry level workers outside of the traditional classroom experiences through innovative delivery systems
and a hands-on approach.
For this purpose, the Workforce Academy is
structured as a partner to provide
professional and technical training in the following areas:
- Manufacturing Technology / Industrial Services (LEAN Manufacturing, OSHA Forklift Certification, Computerized Numerical Control Training, American Welding Society Certification)
- Healthcare (Spanish for Healthcare, Introduction to Spanish, Dynamics of Interpreting)
- Information Technology / Computer
Applications (Cisco, Oracle, Microsoft Office, Sharepoint, Java, C++, C#, and other programming languages and applications)
- Management, Professional Development / Strategic Training (Team Building, Project Management, Supervision, Customer Service)
Skills / ESL for the Workplace (Literacy, Reading, Writing and Math)
an effort to be responsive to the training needs of local businesses, the Academy uses the following:
1. Needs Analysis
2. Program Design
4. Post-Training Evaluation