TargetSolutions’ Business Skills, Office Productivity and Project Management catalogs were recently revamped with new, engaging courses designed to help employees improve their skill set and grow in their profession. Here is a list of new additions to each catalog, now available in the TargetSolutions platform:
Become a TargetSolutions Subject Matter Expert to contribute to TargetSolutions’ comprehensive online training course library with your knowledge and real-world experience.
Are you passionate about training? Share your professional knowledge and experience as a TargetSolutions Subject Matter Expert (SME) to help agencies across the country improve their training. As an SME, your expertise is crucial in developing practical training courses with real-world applications of hot-topic lessons.
Contribute to essential course topics that impact hundreds of thousands of agencies and help make sure individuals can successfully uphold standards, follow procedures and prioritize safety. Some of the previous courses written by subject matter experts include:
- NFPA 1851 – Cancer-Related Risks of Firefighting
- NFPA 3000: Standard for Preparedness to Active Shooter and/or Hostile Events.
- Child Abuse: Mandated Reporter Training for California (General)
- Sexual Harassment Prevention for Supervisors (CA AB 1825) – 2018 Update
Learn more about TargetSolutions’ comprehensive online training catalog, how to become an SME, and the contributions you can make to the world of training and development:
Municipal Employees Can Now Access Valuable Courses Covering Facility Maintenance & Management, Power & Utilities, AEC, and Cyber Security Awareness
SAN DIEGO – TargetSolutions, a Vector Solutions brand offering the leading operations and training management software for public entities, is excited to announce the launch of more than 1,500 new premium training courses for local governments. The new courses are scheduled for release around the 2018 IPMA-HR International Training Conference, which is scheduled Sept. 23-25 in Phoenix.
TargetSolutions’ online course library already featured more than 1,000 courses for cities, counties and municipalities, including 250 hours of Fire & EMS continuing education units (CEUs), 240 hours of Law Enforcement training, 60 hours of Water & Wastewater recertification training, and 50 hours of OSHA safety training. Now, TargetSolutions is introducing valuable CEUs for Facility Maintenance & Management, Municipal Power & Utilities, Municipal Architecture, and Engineering & Construction.
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The City of Reno has utilized TargetSolutions since 2014 to streamline training management and oversee employee compliance.
Home to more than 235,000 residents, the City of Reno, Nev., has relied on TargetSolutions’ online training management system since 2014. TargetSolutions’ powerful record tracking tools and convenient LMS allows the City of Reno to ensure compliance across its city departments and streamline employees’ training.
Lynn Adgett, Program Administrator for the City of Reno, has been with the city since it implemented TargetSolutions and praises the platform’s flexibility to deliver, document and report training for all employees.
|Sexual harassment not only causes a hostile work environment, but the United States Department of Labor estimates it costs organizations around $1 billion in damages each year.|
In 2017, the state of California passed a new Senate Bill (SB 396), which requires organizations with 50 or more employees to provide training on harassment based on gender identity, gender expression, and sexual orientation. This new law is an addition to AB 1825 that requires mandatory sexual harassment training for supervisors who work for companies with at least 50 employees.