Building on a half-century legacy and mission of GTCC to
"provide lifelong learning opportunities for personal growth,
workforce productivity, and community service", the Center for
Business & Industry (CBI) is prepared to partner with Guilford
County businesses to develop your most valuable asset: your
Your business is competing in local, national and global economic
environments. Information technology, work processes, and products
are changing at a rapid pace. It is imperative that your employees
are 'lifelong learners' keeping their skills current to meet
business demands. Effectively trained employees tend to have higher
job satisfaction, skills, confidence, and commitment to the
organization. Improved productivity, increased savings ideas, and
reduced attrition are all positive impacts on your business's
CBI offers the following resources to all business and industry
clients in Guilford County:
• Training needs assessment to identify
knowledge/skills gaps to achieving your goals
• Professional training delivered by
credentialed instructors and subject matter experts.
• Flexible and efficient training delivery to
meet your operating schedule and location requirements.
• Cost effective pricing for your training
• Measure of learning impact on your employees
and business results.
Our staff and instructors are experienced professionals and
subject matter experts with 'real world' experiences, credentials
and skills in a variety of businesses and industries. It is our
goal to match the appropriate instructor(s) to best meet your
Training may be delivered on a schedule most convenient for your
business operation and personnel availability. While we can
schedule training on a GTCC campus, or in an off-site location,
typically the instructors come to your location. If computer
software training is a high priority, we can bring our mobile lab
to your conference room or training room.
Contact Corporate Training for more information.
Contact Corporate Training for more
(336) 334-4822 or (336) 454-1126
Last Update 11/21/2014