Partners in Success
Developing Rhode Island's Workforce
What makes our partnerships so successful? We like you understand that every organization's talent needs are unique and present an opportunity to cultivate your employees to successfully meet your objectives. We work to understand your needs, the development of your employees and the ethos of your organization to create a highly engaged successful workforce.
We know that choosing an educational partner and committing dollars to build, cultivate and harness the talents of your employees is an important decision. You need to ensure that any dollar deployed is effectively used with a measurable ROI. We have demonstrated results and provide expertise in:
- developing the cultural competencies of your employees
- working with you to define the skill sets and knowledge/competencies that need development
- creating customized learning environments that are seamlessly aligned to your requirements
- measuring the impact on the employees performance because the training is aligned to your goals – create leadership at all levels
- removing the barriers to effective professional development (on-site training, online training, and hybrid approaches.
Whether it’s maximizing the potential of your existing workforce, cultivating leadership from within, or building a pipeline to your specific industry, we are prepared to provide the support, know-how, and partnership that is required to meet your specific goals and needs.
Our approach to our Partner Program is as unique as you.
Interested in Becoming a Partner?
Contact Dawne Pezzuco
Director of the Center for Workforce and Professional Development
The School of Continuing Studies offers a wide variety of non-credit professional certificate programs and seminars to provide individuals with a targeted and flexible means to advance, change or refocus career goals. SCS also partners with organizations to provide custom solutions that address specific business challenges and industry needs.
RWU's School of Continuing Studies has a long history of building partnerships with local, regional, national and governmental agencies. Depending on the partnership, courses may be offered on-site, online or on-campus as for-credit (certificates, associate's or bachelor's) degrees or non-credit courses.