Creating the workforce of the future
As the economic turmoil of recent years has proven, the world is an extremely dynamic place — and the skills needed for success are equally dynamic. LEAP’s ongoing workforce training can help your business create the workforce of the future.
Ongoing workforce training is critical and there are a number of local resources that can help the Greater Lansing area maintain our position in the global workforce.
Recognized nationally as the largest and most progressive workforce development association in the country, Michigan Works! offers assistance to both employers and job seekers. Operated throughout the state of Michigan, this program has a local focus and offers training at each location designed to meet the needs of the area workforce.
A leader in education and training for over 40 years, LCC offers a wide variety of on-campus classes and can also create customized programs to meet the specific training and educational needs of local businesses. These classes can be delivered at LCC, on site or online.
LCC’s Business and Community Institute offers business-focused courses, programs and seminars that can help your business meet employees’ professional development and education needs. A variety of credit, non-credit and continuing education unit (CEU) options are available.
Run through the Eli Broad Graduate School of Management at Michigan State University, noncredit programs help skill-intensive organizations and develop leadership skills. Both open-enrollment and customized professional development programs are available.
Creating the workforce of the future can be an expensive undertaking. Training grants are available through a variety of resources for local businesses. Contact Lansing Community College or Capital Area Michigan Works! for more information.
For the talented individuals who are looking to bring their skills to the Lansing area, take a look at the Pure Michigan Talent Connect to find positions within your industry. www.MiTalent.org