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Online AutoCAD Course - May 13-14, 2020

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Workforce Offices Closed & Classes Cancelled temporarily

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Madison County Business League & Foundation Congratulates Danielle Winningham, COO of MCEDA for being awarded the Certified Workforce Development Professional by the National Association of Workforce Development Professional.

Danielle Winningham Awarded Certified Workforce Development Professional (CWDP) by the National Association of Workforce Development Professionals

Washington, DC: Danielle Winningham has been awarded the Certified Workforce Development Professional (CWDP) credential by the National Association of Workforce Development Professionals.

Workforce Development Professionals facilitate the process by which individuals identify, prepare for, obtain and maintain employment and self-sufficiency; and assist businesses with accessing and retaining a quality workforce. They may work directly with the customer or may work as support personnel for and with staff who do work directly with the customer. The CWDP recognizes the training, experience and expertise of professionals in the field in 9 areas of competency:

1. Business and Economic Development Intelligence
2. Career Development Principles
3. Collaboration and Problem Solving
4. Customer Service Methodology
5. Diversity in Workforce Development
6. Labor Marketing Information and Intelligence
7. Principles of Communication
8. Program Implementation Principles and Strategies
9. Workforce Development Structure, Policies and Programs

“Danielle Winningham exemplifies the degree of professionalism and commitment to excellence that the United States needs if it is to continue to enjoy a world-class workforce,” said NAWDP Chief Executive Officer, Melissa Robbins.

The CWDP credentialing program is administered and endorsed by the National Association of Workforce Development Professionals (NAWDP). NAWDP’s mission is to advocate for and develop the professional capacity of workforce professionals seeking the highest standards of excellence.

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Financial Fundamentals - April 15, 2020

Finance is the language of business, and many of us feel intimidated when talking of balance sheets, income statements, operating profits and cash flows. There is a growing need to develop all employees’ business acumen: a big picture understanding of how business works, and a broader awareness of how one’s decisions and actions impact the results of the business.

Course Objective:
In this course, using interactive business simulation where you will be immersed in setting and running your own business, you will develop a new ability to visualize corporate financial information as a single landscape of interacting forces. You will experience how other departments affect how you do your job, and how you do your job affects other departments.
Who Should Attend:
Professionals, managers, supervisors, team leaders, lead positions on the production line with the responsibility for improving results with and through others, payables personnel, receivables personnel, sales staff, customer service, inventory control personnel and R&D personnel.

Mississippi State University CAVS-E Facility

 

153 Mississippi Parkway

 

Canton, MS 39046


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Our Teens Need To Know That Trade Jobs Are Sitting Empty


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