Sierra College Center for Applied Competitive Technology
Sierra College Training & Development delivers customized workforce development solutions to Placer and Nevada County employers as well as manufacturers throughout Northern California. Click here for a list of training topics, frequently asked questions,Blog, Resources or to contact us.
Training & Development at Sierra College
Training & Development is a Sierra College service that provides customized training and process improvement services to help local employers become more profitable and competitive.
How you’ll benefit from working with Training & Development:
- Transform your organization with training designed for your industry, with relevant exercises and real examples.
- Maximize workplace productivity with customized training offered at your worksite, on your schedule and designed to address your needs.
- Achieve bottom line results and gain a competitive advantage with process improvement assessment tools that enable employees to enhance workflow.
Instructors have practical experience and specialize in adult learning. Instructors are selected from among Sierra College staff as well as outside contractors affiliated with the College, who have specific industry knowledge, experience teaching adult learners, and the ability to design courses to meet the needs of employers.
Special resources for manufacturers
The Center for Applied Competitive Technologies (CACT) is a Sierra College Program to support manufacturers with technical assistance, technology transfer and workforce development. To help you optimize efficiency, CACT can conduct assessments, recommend improvements, demonstrate technologies and provide employee training.
Take advantage of our new technology transfer programs demonstrating how to use solid Modeling, Rapid Prototyping, Document Control and Concurrent Engineering to speed up production, reduce errors, save money and provide greater customer satisfaction.
Process Improvement Services
Instructors in organizational systems and lean production methods can provide free on-site assessments and recommend processes to develop employees, increase quality, reduce waste and manage change.