Community Learning Network’s Continuing Education has partnered with companies and organizations for over 25 years including Kroger, Covance, Goodwill Industries and National Government Services. Drawing on our resources, we can collaborate with career professionals and organizations to create customized educational programs at a convenient location.
Choose From Some of These Popular Programs:
- Computers & Information Systems: Help your business keep up with emerging technologies critical to your success through education and training in information systems, programming, databases, operating systems and web technology.
- Business and Management: Enhance your organization’s performance with training in a wide range of business skills from project management, accounting, finance, entrepreneurial thinking, social media and advertising to human resources management.
- English as a Second Language: The ability to communicate clearly and fluently in English is a critical advantage in today’s global marketplace. We provide English instruction for non-native speakers in various contexts including pronunciation conversation improvement, presentation skills, business writing, and academics.
- Leadership and Supervisory Skills: Our custom programs are ideal for manager training, whether for first-time supervisors or executives. Courses can be tailored to enhance effective communication supervisory skills, leadership, management, project management, and systems engineering management.
We can tailor your program format, schedule, and location to fit your objectives. Learn how we can help your and or your organization meet its professional development and corporate training objectives by calling (317) 278-2000 today.
"Working with IUPUI to connect not-for-profits, businesses, families, K-12 schools, and the higher education community of Central Indiana has been inspirational and hopeful. I am beginning to hear the same messages about what we need to do individually and together to make the difference for educating all of our children."
--Jacqueline R. Garvey, Executive Director
Indiana Partnerships Center