The coronavirus pandemic has had a devastating impact on businesses all over the globe. Many workers who find themselves at home practicing “social distancing” aren’t enjoying a relaxing vacation with their families. They’re unemployed, or “displaced,” because their company had to shut down and cut staff to cope with lost revenue under quarantine conditions. They’re wondering what to do next.
Are you one of those people? We’re here to help!
At the Management and Strategy Institute, our Six Sigma certification courses and other professional development programs help workers learn valuable skills that can vault them to a higher level in their careers. We remain committed to that mission during these difficult times, and we’re proud to offer free online programs that anyone can access from the comfort and safety of their homes.
Visit this link to enroll in any of the following training programs and certification courses.
These programs don’t just help displaced workers keep their minds engaged during their newfound — and unexpected — free time at home. They help to develop crucial professional skills that businesses need to succeed in an ever-changing marketplace. A resume that lists a Six Sigma certification, for example, shows a prospective employer you know the most effective ways to streamline operations, maximize productivity, reduce waste, and problem-solve en route to running a leaner, more profitable business.
MSI’s displaced worker training is designed to complement the knowledge and skills you already possess due to education and past work experience. It’s aimed at developing “soft skills,” such as leadership and ethics, that make you stand out beyond what it says on your resume and show prospective employers you’ll be a great fit for their organization.
Once again, these programs are free, and they take less than an hour to complete. You really can’t go wrong by enrolling!
For more information or to take advantage of any of these programs, please don’t hesitate to reach out to the Management and Strategy Institute today. Our contact information, as well as Frequently Asked Questions, are available on our website. We hope you and your family are taking the proper precautions to stay healthy and safe!