Business Training Courses

Business Training Courses

Want to brush up on your skills or learning something new? Business professionals can pursue professional development and continuing education opportunities at WCTC.

How to Register

If you’re interested in taking a class and are not seeking a degree or financial aid, no application is necessary. When you’re ready, follow our simple registration steps for course-takers.

Interested in another Business program? Check out our full program list.

Contact Information

WCTC Registration Office

College Center, Room C-019

Office Hours

Monday - Thursday

  • 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Friday

  • 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
 

Explore these exciting offerings for fall 2022:

101-105 Accounting Fundamentals

Fall Term 1 and 2 Options | Learn More >

Use a survey approach to learn the accounting process and to gain a general knowledge of the accounting principles and financial accounting procedures applied to business budgeting. This course is for non-accountants.

102-101: Business Professionalism

Fall Term 2 | Learn more >

Analyze how you can hone the key skills employers are looking for in today’s competitive job market. Learn how to translate your personal distinctiveness into a winning strategy for both college and work.


102-160: Business Law

Fall Term 1 | Learn more >

Examine legal doctrines impacting business from the perspective of a business owner or manager.


196-125: Management of Customer Service

Fall Term 1 and 2 Options | Learn more >

Develop the skills, attitudes, and thinking patterns needed to manage customer satisfaction and loyalty.


196-140: Managing People

Fall Term 1 and 2 Options | Learn more >

Gain vital "how to" skills related to supervising others including developing job satisfaction, maintaining high employee morale, using specific tools of supervision, communicating well and evaluating, guiding and training employees.

196-193: Human Resource Management

Fall Term 1 and 2 Options | Learn more >

Focus on the supervisor's role in understanding, communicating, and implementing organizational policies, while studying employee hiring, training, performance management, contract compliance, employment law, employee assistance programs, and related topics.


196-130: Safety Management

Fall Term 2 | Learn more >

Learn about the employee's right to know, accident prevention, protective equipment, emergency preparedness, and more. Prepare a workplace safety and health plan with injury prevention as the underlying principle.


196-164: Recruitment and Staffing

Fall Term 2 | Learn more >

Examine elements of the talent acquisition process, including strategic planning, recruitment, interviewing, and selection of qualified candidates from an active learning and legal compliance perspective. 


196-142: Federal Labor Law

Fall Term 1 | Learn more >

Explore the federal employment laws that affect an organization.

196-140: Managing People

Fall Term 1 and 2 Options | Learn more >

Gain vital "how to" skills related to supervising others including developing job satisfaction, maintaining high employee morale, using specific tools of supervision, communicating well and evaluating, guiding and training employees.


196-190: Leadership Development

Fall Term 1 and 2 Options | Learn more >

Through workplace case studies, role plays, and structured experiences, learn to communicate more clearly, manage conflict situations, deal with emotional behavior, build trust, and maintain and develop the self-esteem of others.

104-102: Marketing Principles

Fall Term 1 and 2 Options | Learn more >

Explore marketing principles as found in the American business system, with an emphasis on consumer behavior, consumer and industrial products, distribution, market research, market segmentation, promotion, pricing, and international marketing.

Please note: These are four-week courses. These courses require access to a Windows PC or Apple computer (no iPads or tablets).


106-162: Introduction to Microsoft Word

Fall Term 1 and 2 Options | Learn more >

Gain fundamental skills to create, edit and format Microsoft Word documents for business settings. Learn how to incorporate graphic elements, apply styles, create and format tables, and use spelling and grammar check functions.


106-163: Introduction to Microsoft Excel

Fall Term 1 and 2 Options | Learn more >

Explore the fundamental concepts of spreadsheets while becoming a proficient user of Microsoft Excel. Learn skills including table creation, formulas, functions, cell formatting and data manipulation.


106-166: Business Presentation Software

Fall Term 2 | Learn more >

Gain fundamental skills to create, edit and format business presentations using Microsoft PowerPoint and other presentation software applications.

623-170: Intro to Continuous Improvement

Fall Term 1 and 2 Options | Learn more >

Gain an application-based introduction to leadership in facilitating and championing a quality environment within an organization.

194-180: Real Estate Fundamentals

Fall Term 1 | Learn more >

Develop a decision-oriented approach to the basic concepts of real estate. Those going into real estate as a career as well as the owners and sellers of business, industrial, and residential property will benefit from this course.


194-182: Real Estate Law

Fall Term 2 | Learn more >

Discuss the basic legal aspects of real estate with an emphasis on the nature of real estate and its ownership.


194-170: Assessment Commercial Property

Fall Term 1 | Learn more >

Gain an understanding and working knowledge of the procedures and techniques used to estimate the market value of commercial properties.


194-171: Introduction to Mass Appraisal

Fall Term 2 | Learn more >

Learn the differences between single-property appraisal and mass appraisal, the elements of a mass appraisal system and data analysis.

182-101: Principles of Supply Chain Management

Fall Term 2 | Learn more >

Supply chain management has become important to organizations ability to stay competitive. This course addresses the work in design, production, delivery and service products to the end user.


196-136: Risk Management

Fall Term 1 | Learn more >

Explore the concepts of operational risks for an organization and gain insights on how to support business sustainability.