On-Demand Learning for In-Demand Skills
Organizations of all types and sizes struggle to keep pace with technology and market changes. Continuing professional development is intended to ensure employees stay abreast of these changes and can leverage them for the benefit of themselves and their employers.
Workforce Training and Professional Development Stats
Workers need retraining by 2027. The World Economic Forum, 2023
Workers willing to learn new skills or retrain in order to remain employable. PricewaterhouseCoopers, Talent Trends, 2020
Highly engaged teams produce 23% greater profitability. Gallup, State of the Global Workplace Report, 2022
SDSU Global Campus is the best choice for companies to turn to for workforce training and professional development, since we capitalize on the vast resources of San Diego's largest university, helping to ensure a comprehensive and dynamic learning environment.
Our commitment to quality is evident through our team of qualified and experienced industry experts, who bring their wealth of knowledge and practical insights to the training programs, helping to ensure participants receive the highest level of instruction and guidance.
With a sharp focus on addressing the specific issues, business challenges, strategies, and opportunities unique to each organization, our training programs deliver targeted solutions tailored to meet our clients' needs.
SDSU Global Campus boasts a proven track record of successful partnerships with the region's top organizations such as Sharp Healthcare, SDG&E, Qualcomm, and the cities of Carlsbad, Oceanside, and Vista, cementing our reputation as a trusted workforce training and professional development provider.
With more than 500 course options, SDSU Global Campus offers a wide variety of workforce training and professional development courses that can be tailored to corporate solutions that deliver positive cost benefits with anytime access to current, relevant courses on business, technology, leadership, and more.
Our primary topics and key areas for improvement that many organizations prioritize when it comes to upskilling and reskilling their employees include:
- Project Management
- Process Improvement
- Contract Management
- Grant Writing
- Diversity and Inclusion
- Business Communication
- Leadership Development
- Emotional Intelligence
- Supervision and Management
- Team Building
- Conflict and change
- Workplace English
- Cybersecurity Bootcamp
- Software Development Bootcamp
We offer programs in a wide range of formats and modalities, which allows your organization to create a personalized journey with a variety of learning formats including:
- Experiential learning
- In-person (on SDSU campus, on-site, etc.)
Working with SDSU Global Campus to offer workforce training and professional development programs allows your organization to build a culture of learning that supports growth while being competitive, current, and innovative.
When you choose us as your strategic learning partner, you will be able to:
- Maximize employees’ potential with future-focused skills development
- Close skills gaps and increase productivity
- Develop talent from within and improve retention
- Build leaders who inspire innovation and lead through change
- Develop leaders who foster strong and loyal employee relationships
- Increase business revenue through innovation and engagement
- Align leadership teams to drive positive transformation
- Empower leaders with the tools they need to be resilient and adept at problem-solving
While most corporate training focuses on demonstrating competence in basic job duties, we also encourage our companies to focus on motivating workers to reach and sustain peak performance levels to be successful.
Enabling your staff to achieve top performance while acquiring new work-related skills begins by setting measurable goals. In striving to reach those goals, employees form a habit of excellence extending to all aspects of their work lives.
TaylorMade's partnership with SDSU's College of Extended Studies (now SDSU Global Campus) has provided us with a very affordable Lean Enterprise training solution that is flexible and designed around our company's culture and needs. Our participation in the public program was good exposure to the tools and philosophy of Lean. The real power has come from bringing it in house and making it relevant to our business.
We have seen improvements to processes across TaylorMade – in product development, supply chain, customer service, and the cash collection cycle. The instructors consistently get rave reviews for their expertise, delivery, approachability and flexibility. SDSU's College of Extended Studies (now SDSU Global Campus) has worked with us to establish a true collaboration that meets our company's needs.
- Kevin Limbach, Director, Operations, TaylorMade-adidas Golf
SDSU College of Extended Studies (now SDSU Global Campus) worked collaboratively with us to customize programs for our organization. They taught the programs - then taught with our in-house training staff - and offered great consultation as subject-matter experts on the course content and coaching on how to debrief group problem-solving activities and coaching skills practices.
Our staff got to apply the model to an actual work problem, work through the steps, and get hands-on practice using the various tools on their selected problem. We were impressed with the range of services CES (now SDSU Global Campus) provides- it is wonderful and convenient to have the local expertise.
- Lee Bebb, Human Resources and Training Manager, San Diego Superior Court
Developing the Leadership talent at Mitchell International is the most important thing we can do in the company for it is our leadership team that works together to establish our strategic vision, ensure execution of our operating plans, and create the environment here at Mitchell where employees can grow their careers and optimize their potential.
We want to be recognized as an Employer of Choice and we can only achieve this by investing in our leaders through high quality leadership programs like the one developed in partnership with San Diego State University.
- Jack Farnan, Senior Vice President of Human Resources, Mitchell International, Inc.