Training and Continued Learning Programs
Code Louisville offers a series of 12-week software development tracks (total of 24 weeks) to adults who want to pursue a career in the software development industry at no cost to the student!
More Information: https://codelouisville.org/
|Ivy Tech Community College Apprenticeship Programs
These degree programs are a working partnership between Ivy Tech Community College and an individual Joint Apprenticeship & Training Committee (JATC) that are approved by the U.S. Department of Labor (USDOL), Office of Apprenticeship.
More Information: https://www.ivytech.edu/apprenticeships/
Louisville Sells is a program that has been developed in response to a growing number of unfilled sales positions and offers skills needed to succeed as a sales professional.
More Information: http://www.kentuckianaworks.org/LouSells.aspx
The Software Guild is an intensive, fast-paced apprenticeship program where you learn to be a software developer. In this full-time, 12-week course, learn either .NET/C# or Java and acquire the skills needed for entry-level developer positions.
More Information: http://www.thesoftwareguild.com/locations/kentucky/
|UL’s Additive Manufacturing Competency Center (AMCC)
UL’s Additive Manufacturing Competency Center (AMCC) is a catalyst for the continued learning and development of established AM technical and business professionals.
|University of Southern Indiana Applied Engineering Center
The Applied Engineering Center is a learning factory for students in USI’s engineering, advanced manufacturing and industrial supervision programs, as well as a valuable tool to help support the regional business community.
More Information: https://www.usi.edu/outreach/car/applied-engineering-center/
|UPS’ Metropolitan College
Metropolitan College is a Kentucky partnership between UPS, The University of Louisville and Jefferson Community and Technical College. Participating students get their full-time undergraduate tuition paid to The University of Louisville or Jefferson Community & Technical College as well as book reimbursement money, bonuses and other benefits.
More Information: http://metro-college.com/
|Sullivan University Dale Carnegie Training
Dale Carnegie Training offers you the knowledge, skills and practices you need to add value to your professional life. Whether you’re an executive who wants to provide training for your employees, or an ambitious businessperson who wants to sharpen your communication and leadership skills, Dale Carnegie Training has a program for you.
More Information: http://pages.sullivan.edu/dc/certificates/more-info.aspx
The Leadership Louisville Center is a nonprofit, member-oriented organization whose mission is to grow and connect a diverse network of leaders who serve as catalysts for a world-class community. The Center carries out this mission through programs, workshops and events designed to inspire, challenge and connect people at all levels of leadership development.
More Information: https://www.leadershiplouisville.org/
NAWBO Grow was formed by NAWBO Kentucky as an answer to this call for action. Women often struggle at each stage in their businesses. Whether the business is “new-born”, “middle-aged”, or “silver”, there are different challenges to be addressed. NAWBO Grow addresses each of these stages and gives women the resources necessary to progress in a positive direction from one stage to the next.
More Information: http://nawbokentucky.org/NAWBO_Grow