Business and Industry Services
WWTC's Business and Industry Services area assists individuals and well as businesses enhance their skills. Please help us offer more classes by taking a short survey!
Adult/Continuing Education and Online Classes
WWTC offers a broad range of courses including computer repair and software training, CPR, CNA, CMA, Phlebotomy, Woodworking for Women, and many more. Classes are conveniently scheduled during the day and evening, Monday through Friday.
WWTC's online classes are affordable, self-paced, and interactive. If your schedule prevents you from attending our regular classroom training, then our online courses may be right for you.
Industry Training and Safety Training
The Training for Industry Program (TIP) is designed for new and expanding companies in Oklahoma. Training programs are custom tailored to meet the specific needs of the company. TIP is state funded, with no cost to the company as long as the program requirements are met.
Industry Specific Training is provided to meet your company's specific training needs. We will help plan, organize, and implement a training program in skill training, retraining, or interpersonal training. These training sessions can be held on-site at the business location or at WWTC. Fees, when applicable, are based on instructor and material cost.
WWTC also offers instructor-led or online employee safety and health training. We have many online programs that allow you to train your employees anywhere, 24 hours a day, and 7 days a week.
Jim Ryan - Safety Consultant
Rick Thetford - CPR and EMT
Frank Alexander - Business and Industry Consultant
For more information, contact Steve Killmer at 405.452.1216
or via email at email@example.com
Agricultural Business Management
WWTC's Agricultural Business Management (ABM) program offers customized instruction combining classroom experience with practical application to help you improve the skills used in managing farm, ranch, and agricultural-based businesses.
The classroom portion of the program enables clients to learn record-keeping skills and interact with other individuals involved in similar businesses. Clients learn how to use records in their financial, tax, and production planning/analysis. They also receive instruction on how to use basic analytical tools such as enterprise, budgets, partial budgeting, and financial statements including cash flow, income, and net worth.
The program instructor also visits each client's operation throughout the course to help implement the concept taught in the classroom.
The ABM program is an approved and preferred provider of Farm Service Agency borrower training.
For more information, contact
Steve Killmer 405.452.1216 or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Kelli Ogle 405.452.1206 or via email: email@example.com