Onsite Seminars & Workshops

Alliance Training is an industry leader providing corporate training services to Fortune 500 companies, small businesses, and government agencies. 

Our training seminars and workshops deliver highly interactive training to engage the learner, make learning fun and make the learning points "stick."

To view a list of our our Guaranteed Business Training Solutions, visit the Onsite Training Topics section of this site.

Online Learning with Alliance

Alliance offers a wide selection of business and professional development courses available for online learning.

By creating an account in our user-friendly system, you can select, purchase, and begin using any of our online courses immediately. We accept payment through our secure PayPal system.

To view our online course catalog, visit the Online Training section of this site.

New CourseConflict Management - Working Through Differences

This newly reformatted conflict management workshop develops communication skills to resolve conflict and helps people work through difficult and challenging situations effectively.

In this highly interactive course, participants learn not to sidestep or fear conflict but to manage it. Practical examples, realistic scenarios and experiential exercises help participants learn – and practice - proven techniques to resolve differences.

Click here learn more about this new Conflict Management course.

 

"Abusive Conduct" Training Required

Effective January 1, 2015, California employers are required to include an "abusive conduct" to sexual harassment training for supervisory employees. The new law, AB 2053, makes prevention of "abusive conduct" a required component of the sexual harassment training required under AB1825. 

The new law does not create a private right of action for abusive conduct…But it does require supervisory personnel be trained on the prevention of abusive conduct in the workplace.

Alliance Training’s onsite workplace harassment programs include the “abusive conduct” issue…"a discussion of the detrimental consequences" and "specifically” addresses the elements of abusive conduct. Read more…

"</Interactive Training for Government Agencies

By providing highly interactive learning experiences, Alliance Training has rapidly become a leader in providing training to federal, state and local agencies throughout the US. Our best-value training solutions save time, and leave more budget to achieve your agency’s mission.

Our trainers have a proven ability to provide our government clients the insight and experience needed for practical training to administrative, professional, managerial and technical staffs.

Call us today. Learn how we can help you meet your training needs.

GSA Contract Training Information

 

Get Training Grants and Funding


 

Training funds and grants to pay for training may be available to your organization.

 

Organizations often have a need employee training but are faced with a limited training budget. Training dollars through grants or other funding to pay for training may be available to your organization. 

Government funding is often available to help small companies train employees and develop work skills. While some funds come as grants, much of it gets allocated to states or local work-force boards which decide what industries and areas to support. Obtaining training grants can sometimes be a complex process, but worthwhile pursuing.

The resources below can help you access federal, state and local training grants or other funds available for training. These resources can help you address training budget issues.


 

Key points to keep in mind when applying for training grants:

  • Training grant opportunities are real and are offered through federal, state, and local government authorities you can trust.
  • Before applying for a grant to train your employees, check eligibility requirements and carefully consider your ability to meet grant requirements.
  • Increase your chances for success in getting a grant:
    • Follow application instructions to the letter
    • Prepare a thoughtful, thorough response.
  • Remember grant-making agencies want you to succeed! Ask for whatever help you need to navigate the process.

 


Funds to pay for employee training are available from many sources.


 

When exploring grants or other funding to pay for training, start at the state or local level. The sources below can help you explore your options.


 

Federal, State and Local Training Grant and Funding Sources Available

 

U.S. Small Business Administration’s Loans and Grants Search Tool

This tool helps you identify what government financing programs may be available to help you start or expand your business, check out the “Access Financing” Wizard from BusinessUSA. https://www.sba.gov/loans-and-grants

National Association of Workforce Boards (NAWB)

A member organization helping businesses make workforce investments work. http://www.nawb.org/

State Economic Development Agency

Locate your state’s economic development agency. https://www.sba.gov/content/economic-development-agencies

Grants.gov

Apply for grants federal grants. Using the Grants.gov system makes it faster, easier and more cost effective for grant applicants to electronically interact with federal grant-making agencies. http://www.grants.gov/


 

Other Resources:

The Foundation Center

Education and training for grant seekers. http://foundationcenter.org

Grant Writers Online

Grant Writers Online provides excellent free resources on grant writing, including what to include in your grant proposal, grant writing mistakes, and samples of grant proposals. http://www.grantwritersonline.com

 

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