CORPORATE & COMMUNITY TRAINING
The LTC Corporate and Community Training division provides customized training and educational resources through short, job-specific training for employees, job seekers, and the community.
CCT had another successful Forklift Certification course last week. Students in the CNC Production Specialist program took advantage of a Gene Haas scholarship and attained their certification in just 1 day.
Students in the Intro to SolidWorks course will take their Certified SolidWorks Associate (CSWA) exam December 6 & 9. Best wishes!
Private Security Guard Class D and IV Therapy courses are starting in January 2022. You can register today and pay later at Continuing Education – Corporate & Community Training (laketech.org). Security guards are in high demand and we have employers ready to hire YOU!
Does your business have a customized training need? The most recent request is to provide onsite training on Microsoft 365 at a local attorney’s office in December. Please contact CCT today to discuss customized training for your team!
We are always offering new courses. If you are able to teach AutoCAD, maintenance technician, PLCs, fluid power, or have another skill, please contact CCT.
Did you know that Lake Technical College offers hundreds of online courses some as low as $95? Please browse our list of Fundamental and Advanced courses at E-Learning – Corporate & Community Training (laketech.org). A young lady came to campus recently to ask if the courses were legit or a scam. She could not believe the affordable cost of the American Sign Language course. She was so excited about the ability to learn sign language at home, on her own time, for such a great price!
Please visit Continuing Education – Corporate & Community Training (laketech.org) often for a list of scheduled Continuing Education courses and/or email BryantL2@lake.k12.fl.us or call 352.589.2250, x1828 to discuss your training needs.
CAREER SUCCESS CENTER
The Phlebotomy evening students exited their programs and will be graduating on December 8.
On Tuesday, Jeffrey Albright, of Thrivent, delivered a presentation to several of our programs entitled, “Budgeting for What Matters Most.” Accounting Operations, Administrative Office Specialist, and Pharmacy Technician students attended.
On Wednesday, Ms. Rosenglick delivered a workshop on how to use College Central Network to several CNC students. They learned how to upload a resume, create an e-portfolio, and how to search for and apply for jobs on it.
On Friday, a few instructors attended Ms. Rosenglick’s Fun Friday Workshop called, “How to Avoid Death by PowerPoint” in which they learned tips on making PowerPoints more effective in their classrooms. They also learned some great tools found in Microsoft PowerPoint 365.