They assure employers of the School of Continuing Education’s abilities to tailor existing seminars as well as develop new curriculum for each organization’s unique needs and challenges. “We work to ensure that the training will fit within the overall strategy and business plan of an organization,” Perotto said.
SCE has been contracted to offer customized training at Aurora Health Care in Project Management and Business Analysis. The School also offers Chinese Business Culture & Etiquette at Charter Automotive Group. Northwestern Mutual invests in Project Management Foundations training for its employees.
American Transmission Company in Waukesha signed up for a gamut of onsite instruction including Project Management, Power Stations, Engineering, Technology, Writing and Emotional Intelligence.
Other key clients are S.C. Johnson, whose employees have benefited from Project Management, primarily from Foundations of Project Management, Tools and Techniques. Two pharmaceutical companies in Northern Illinois contracted with Customized Training to teach supervisory skills, labor relations and project skills portfolio management.
WE Energies identified training needs, bringing in instructors to teach emotional intelligence programs with a focus on handling stress.
Joy Global, manufacturer of surface mining equipment, also has partnered with SCE, to teach engineering ethics on an annual basis.
Another niche is working with smaller mid-size manufacturing companies seeking supervisory training so they can promote tried and proven employees once they’ve learned how to manage others.
For more information, contact:
Rachelle Perotto, Program Director, email@example.com, 414-227-3243.
Or, visit uwm.edu/sce/customprofdev.cfm