CCWA offers training for individuals through open enrollment courses. These short-term courses and certifications allow you to learn it today and use it tomorrow to enhance your job skills or prepare for the next employment opportunity.
Need a customized training solution unique to your industry and culture? CCWA works with hundreds of organizations, offering custom-designed training programs tailored to your specific needs. Our industry experts and trainers have extensive experience in providing workplace solutions in a timely and effective manner.
CCWA assists clients with tailored consulting services, helping organizations achieve business objectives, uncover new opportunities for efficiency and overcome workplace challenges. We work with management teams to clearly identify strategic focuses and determine the gaps between desired and actual organizational performance.
Meeting and Conference Facilities
CCWA possesses more than 40,000 square feet of regional training and meeting facilities across three convenient locations. We offer facilities that accommodate small and large groups with on-site technology support and free parking.
Businesses believe assessing candidates is critical in order to make smart hiring decisions. Get an objective assessment. Find out which skills and attributes you easily demonstrate and identify those you need to make a conscious effort to reveal to employers.
Since 2004, the EducateVA Career Switcher program has trained over 1,400 individuals to become teachers. CCWA’s EducateVA program is much less costly than programs for licensure offered through traditional universities and colleges.
Finance and Accounting for Non-Financial Managers
The course will cover the goals of a business, fundamentals of accounting and the accounting process, financial statement analysis, financial forecasting, cash budgeting, break-even analysis, working capital and long-term investments.
CompTIA A+ Computer Repair Technician
This course prepares students to become CompTIA A+ certified which represents industry acknowledgement of technical skill competencies within computer repair and computer information technologies.
Understanding Yourself and Others: An Introduction to the MBTI
The MBTI enables you to identify and understand your tendencies in four areas: where/how you direct your energy (inward or outward); how you collect and communicate data; how you make decisions; and how you live life (flexible or structured).
Our partnership with CCWA has proven to be a great success on every level. We are very proud of the enthusiastic response to the e-learning courses and pleased that the training meets the needs of child care providers throughout the Commonwealth.Virginia Department of Social Services
Whenever I call on CCWA, I know I can count on them to provide a highly competent resource with deep expertise in a number of topic areas.Sabra Dipping Company
The Virginia Department of Environmental Quality has utilized the training services of CCWA for over 10 years. CCWA consistently exceeds expectations with their professionalism and high quality instructors, and we look forward to continuing our relationship to meet future workforce development needs.Virginia Department of Environmental Quality
Sun Chemical has been more than impressed with CCWA’s professionalism and custom training capabilities. We met with their representative, outlined our specific training needs and they delivered.Sun Chemical Corporation
The service and talent that CCWA provided helped to enrich several online course and they provided exceptional, quality talent to meet our future training needs and projects.Virginia Department of Emergency Management
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