Business Bootcamp: Online Business courses
Northern Lakes College has collaborated with the Council of Community Education Committee, Alberta Innovates, Regional Economic Development Initiative (REDI), and Community Futures Northwest to launch the Business Bootcamp in the NLC service region. The Business Bootcamp offers a series of courses that will help build capacity, and meet specific training needs in the region.
The Business Bootcamp is a unique opportunity for entrepreneurs, managers and aspiring entrepreneurs to acquire essential business skills. The four aspects of the Business Bootcamp are Business planning, Human Resources, Marketing, and Bookkeeping.
The Business Bootcamp training offers two delivery formats, one is the traditional, face-to-face delivery, and the second format is online through NLC LIVE Online™, which recreates the customary classroom setting in an online environment.
Want to bring a Business Bootcamp course to your Community?
You can complement an NLC LIVE Online ™ offering with face-to-face Business Bootcamp courses delivered to your business, community, or organization.
For more information about the courses:
Lynn Panasiuk, Continuing Education & Corporate Training
Northern Lakes College
Phone: 780-523-4111 ext. 6613
Thanks to the generosity of the partners, only a nominal commitment fee is required.
Business Bootcamp: NLC Offers Unique Regional Economic Development Opportunity
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
December 11, 2018
Slave Lake, Alberta
The Business Bootcamp is a unique opportunity for individuals, businesses, and community organizations to access essential business training through a combination of online and face-to-face offerings. Through the generosity of Alberta Innovates, the Regional Economic Development Initiative (REDI), Community Futures Northwest, and the Council of Community Education Committees (CCEC), residents in over 50 communities in northwestern Alberta have the opportunity to take NLC LIVE Online™ Business Bootcamp courses for a significantly reduced rate. Community organizations such as municipalities, First Nations, Métis settlements, Chambers of Commerce, and economic development alliances can leverage the reduced rate training and complement it with face-to-face offerings brought directly to their community.
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