Workforce Development Institute
Highly skilled, motivated employees are key to your business' success. Skill-enhancing training can also serve as a powerful employee retention tool in today's competitive labor market. Employees often list training second only to healthcare when ranking benefits in order of importance.
Time is money when it comes to training your staff. Sometimes, pre-packaged training programs just don't measure up to the specific needs of your industry, your company, or even your branch or location. Let the Institute’s Business Response Team analyze your goals, timeline, and budget. We'll tailor training solutions to meet your specific challenges - and deliver them, day or night, at your site or one of the college's convenient facilities in Mt. Laurel, Willingboro, or Mt. Holly.
Consulting Services Include:
- Workforce Assessment
- Labor Market Information
- Training Programs (On-the-Job Training)
- Focus Groups
- Tax Incentive Information
- Layoff Aversion Strategies
Workforce Development Board
The Burlington County Workforce Development Board (WDB) is committed to building and maintaining a workforce of the highest quality to help businesses grow or retain their workforce. The WDB strives to implement a workforce system of services that are a resource for local business to access quality employees they need, and training individuals to be successfully employed.
Office of Economic Development Regional Planning at the Burlington County Bridge Commission
The functions of the Department of Economic Development and Regional Planning were assumed by the Burlington County Bridge Commission from the Burlington County Board of Chosen Freeholders. Merging the economic development and planning role of the department with the Bridge Commission Improvement Authority capitalized on the strengths of the department and the authority thus developing synergies between the two.
To learn more about the Office of Economic Development Regional Planning at the Burlington County Bridge Commission, click here.
NJ State Funding for Employee Training
The New Jersey Department of Labor provides funding for employee training through the Workforce Development Partnership Program (WDP). RCBC's Business Response Team will help you assess your company's eligibility for any available grant funds and lead you through the grant application process quickly and efficiently. Through this process, many of our clients have been able to provide training program’s tailored to their company and employees’ needs at a recduced expense.
Customized Training Topics
Here are just some of the customized training topics RCBC has conducted for our business clients:
- Change Management
- Performance Management
- Conflict Management
- Time Management and Personal Productivity
- Developing and Motivating Employees
- Team Building
- And more!
- Customer Service
- Verbal Communication Skills
- Business Writing
- Email Etiquette
- English as a Second Language
- Technical Writing
- Conflict Resolution
- And more!
- Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Access
- Adobe Creative Suite: Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, Acrobat X Pro, Bridge, and Media Encoder
Don't see your company's training need listed? Call or email us. We'll customize a program to suit your requirements.
South Jersey Businesses
Some satisfied South Jersey businesses who have outsourced their employee training to Rowan College at Burlington County include:
- American Shower and Bath
- Automotive Rentals, Inc.
- Ball Plastic Corporation
- Cendant Mortgage
- Deborah Heart and Lung Center
- Haddonfield Lumber Company
- Lockheed Martin
- Ocean Spray
- Orbacom Systems, Inc.
- Roosevelt Paper Company
- Sybron Chemicals
- Virtua/Memorial Hospital
For more information about our Business Solutions, please contact our Business Response Team:
Business Outreach Specialist
(856) 222-9311, ext. 2535
Incubation and Entrepreneurship Program Coordinator
(856) 222-9311, ext. 2800