Financial assistance is available through the following programs operated by Missouri One Start under the Department of Economic Development and administered by the Moberly Area Community College (MACC) Workforce Development Center. These programs strive to meet the needs for specialized industry training with a goal of keeping Missouri’s workforce competitive. Companies have several options for achieving their workforce training goals. Training may be provided by the individual company, a private vendor, or a Local Educational Agency such as MACC. For more information on the programs listed below, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 660-263-5865.
Financial assistance is available for a variety of training costs, including instructional salaries, curriculum development, and training materials. The program assists eligible companies with training customized to meet their specific needs, as they look to increase productivity, increase quality, introduce new technology, or add new products. MACC will assist the company with the required application and documentation for this program.
The New Jobs Training Program (NJTP) is for companies that are creating a substantial number of new jobs in Missouri. The program is designed to reduce the financial costs of training employees in newly created jobs. Training may be provided by the company, a local educational agency or a training vendor.
This program reduces the costs associated with retraining an existing workforce in the State of Missouri. The purpose of this program is to retain jobs in the state of Missouri by providing training assistance. The funding for this program depends on the availability of funds.
Short Term Workforce Trainings
Please contact us at WorkforceDevelopmentCenter@macc.edu or 660-263-5865 for upcoming dates and times.
If there is anything you need that is not listed, please contact us. We have a wide variety of resources available to meet the training needs in our area.
Students will be introduced to Microsoft Excel 2019. Students will learn the basic features to produce basic worksheets and charts. Other topic areas covered include formatting, formulas, built-in functions used to design functional worksheets to solve business problems. This is a great refresher course for those who have worked in older versions of excel! Basic experience with Windows is assumed.
- Spreadsheet Basics
- Basic Formulas and Functions
- Analyzing Data
Geared for: Students wanting to understand basic Excel functions or receive a refresher for Excel. Basic computer experience is assumed.
This course introduces intermediate level features of Microsoft Excel 2019. Students will learn to use relative & absolute reference formulas and functions, manage workbooks using multiple worksheets, create custom templates and use pivot tables effectively. Basic Excel knowledge assumed.
- Excel Tables, Pivot Tables, Pivot Charts
- Managing Multiple Worksheets and Workbooks
- Advanced Functions
Geared for: Students with a moderate understanding of Microsoft Excel.
This course builds leadership skills based on the needs of your business. Learn how to lead your employees, create an open and healthy environment, and deal with conflict. Whether you are a new boss, you are starting a new business, or just want to develop your professional skills, this class will help you determine your strengths, and improve your weaknesses.
- Transition to Supervisor
- Employee Conduct
- Feedback & Evaluations
- Coaching & Mentoring
- Transformational Leadership
- Generational Differences
- Diversity & Inclusion
- Conflict Resolution
Students will be introduced to Microsoft PowerPoint. They will learn how to make a professional presentation and the do’s and don’ts of presentations. They will learn how to create templates for presentations; how to incorporate graphics, video, and audio effectively; how to use and link Excel tables and charts; and so much more! This is also a great refresher course for those who have worked in PowerPoint before. Basic computer experience is assumed.
- Creating a Presentation
- Creating Template
- Using Graphics, Video, and Audio
- Using and Linking Charts, Tables, and Objects
- Protecting & Sharing Presentations
Geared for: Those who would like to learn about PowerPoint or who would like to learn tips and tricks in PowerPoint.
This class is designed to give an overview of the different functionalities of the ribbons in Microsoft Word and applying them to real life scenarios. It will also provide step-by-step instruction on Mail Merges and Fillable forms.
- Functionality of all Ribbons
- Mail Merges
- Creating Fillable forms
- Formatting and Design
- Document Protection
- and More!
Geared for: Students with little to no understanding of Microsoft Word. This course will build your program skills, and enhance your professional life. Basic computer skills assumed.
This course is designed to review the importance of customer service in multiple settings. It is designed to meet the needs of the ever changing business industry. Topic areas include types of customer service, customer interaction, dealing with difficult people, phone & email etiquette, and social media guidelines. This is a great opportunity for those who want to sharpen their customer service skills.
- Types of Customer Service
- Customer Interaction
- Dealing with Difficult People
- Phone & Email Etiquette
- Social Media Guidelines
Geared for: Employers and employees working in the customer service field.
Covers Teams, Outlook, OneDrive, Planner, OneNote, Forms, Stream, Sway
- Why we communicate
- How we communicate
- Identifying your communication style
- Gaining an understanding of how your communication style interacts with others
- Useful tools for working from home