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Training & Professional Development
Continuing education is a powerful tool for addressing work issues head-on. Providing good training and development opportunities doesn’t just increase worker satisfaction and improve retention. It also develops important professional skills in your workforce, and expands your management team’s capacity to catch problems early and resolve them effectively.
The results: improved employer-employee relationships and morale, lower absenteeism, lower health care utilization, higher productivity—a healthier workplace.
The right professional development training program helps your entire organization, stretching your benefit dollars further while lowering your costs overall.
Employee Training & Professional Development Services
CARE is especially noted for our training services and professional development programs. These focus on our core strengths: interpersonal relationships, risk management, professional growth, and general wellness.
For more than 40 years our WorkLife Solutions team has been offering professional and personal development trainings and other learning opportunities. Our current list of offerings include both specialized training services (such as DOT trainings for drivers and supervisors), as well as broader-interest professional development offerings on a range of topics. We also provide mediation and conflict resolution to improve struggling teams. If you don’t see something that meets your needs, we can create a customized training program just for you.
We understand each individual has unique experiences, and each workplace a unique culture. As a result, all of our services and programs are “people first.” Even the “standard” courses we provide are customized to each group of participants, their industry, and that organization’s characteristics and needs.
In contrast to other EAP (Employee Assistance Program) providers, CARE does not sub-contract any training or professional development services. All our courses are taught by our own trained instructors and subject matter experts. They draw from a deep well of clinical expertise in behavioral health to apply best-practice standards and evidence-based approaches to job-readiness, professional development, and employee well-being. A CARE EAP instructor is a trained expert—not just a warm body reading down a PowerPoint presentation someone else threw together.