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  • Title: Business Training Center (BTC) | Business Training Center
    Descriptive info: .. Go Back to El Camino College.. Business Training Center.. Home.. |.. Manufacturers/Aerospace.. Import/Export.. Employee Training.. Small Business Assistance.. Navigation.. Why Choose the BTC?.. Services.. Training Programs.. Workshops Seminars.. Specialized Career Training.. Meet the Team.. El Camino College.. 13430 Hawthorne Blvd.. Hawthorne, CA 90250.. (310) 973-3178.. btc@businessassist.. org.. Updated: 7-1-13.. :.. Business Training Center (BTC).. The Business Training Center (BTC) has a proven track record of improving the bottom line for every kind of business and industry, large or small.. The BTC can provide an immediate impact on  ...   competitive workforce.. The Business Training Center can help you start, build or expand your business, or improve your career opportunities!.. Featured Programs.. Certification Review Training.. Training programs for Certified Reliability Training (CRE), Certified Six Sigma Black Belt, (CSSBB) Certified Quality Engineer (CQE).. Maritime Industry Training Programs.. -- U.. S.. Coast Guard Certification training programs.. Aerospace Manufacturers.. We Can Help You Increase Your Sales Potential.. Business Owners.. No-Cost Training May be Available for Your Employees.. Entrepreneurs.. Take Advantage of No-Cost Consulting for Your Business.. View our complete.. catalog.. of courses..

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  • Title: Business Training Center (BTC) | Business Training Center
    Descriptive info: Updated: 8-3-10.. Maritime Industry Training Program..

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  • Title: Business Training Center (BTC) | Business Training Center
    Descriptive info: Updated: 8-10-12..

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  • Title: Center for Cusotmized Training
    Descriptive info: Hawthorne, CA 90258.. Center for Customized Training at El Camino College.. Since 1997, Southern California businesses have benefitted from exceptional employee training offered by the Center for Customized Training at El Camino College.. Achieve Profitable Results.. Tri-Star Electronics International saved $1.. 4 million after training.. Maximize Employee Performance.. With time management training, Digital Dolphin Supplies staff won new accounts.. Optimize Company Productivity.. After APICS training, Hain Celestial Group employees reduced waste increased efficiency.. Benefit from Expert Industry Trainers.. SPACEX acquired new contracts after instructors upgraded engineers’ skills.. Training for Your  ...   At your site or our training center.. How:.. Get started.. with customized training.. Only need training for a few people?.. Individual Training.. Offset Costs.. Grants are available to subsidize training costs.. Don’t see what you are looking for?.. Contact us.. Access Outstanding Trainers:.. Engage employees in training with relevant information, practical techniques and industry examples.. Course content is designed to address your specific goals by nationally recognized leaders who have.. Years of industry experience.. Unparalleled reputations.. Outstanding industry credentials and certifications.. Excellent client recommendations.. Demonstrated ability to teach adult learners..

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  • Title: Why Choose the BTC? | Business Training Center
    Descriptive info: Updated: 6-15-2009.. It's simple - research shows workforce education is the most critical productivity factor and employers providing formal training for employees see 15-20% average increase in productivity.. *.. That's why businesses and individuals come to the BTC.. We are a trusted resource and conduit for businesses who are in need of customized training, assistance with SBA loan information, workforce development and skills upgrade.. We also assist individuals that would like to start or build a business, or those seeking to improve their career opportunities..  ...   deliver quality instruction.. Our mission is to be the single preferred provider of training, workshops and consulting for business in the region.. One call to us gives you access to unlimited resources and we personally guarantee the ability of each and every instructor to bring you the current information and skills you need.. So call today to discuss your training, expansion or workforce development needs.. We can be reached at 310-973-3178.. *Source: U.. Departments of Labor and Education "21st Century Skills for 21st Center Jobs"..

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  • Title: Services | Business Training Center
    Descriptive info: Updated:7-1-13.. The Business Training Center (BTC), which is a part of the El Camino College Community Advancement Department, is the economic development arm of the college.. Located off campus in the City of Hawthorne, the BTC provides a variety of services to help businesses and individuals.. Its programs include:.. Assistance for Manufacturers / Aerospace Companies.. CACT (Center for Applied Competitive Technologies).. helps manufacturing and aerospace companies become more productive.. We offer expert consulting and training in manufacturing skills, continuous improvement, business skills and computer skills.. The CACT also currently offers manufacturing.. certification review sessions.. designed to prepare individuals for professional certification in such areas as Certified Quality Engineer, Certified Manufacturing Engineer and Project Management Professional.. Expand Your Sales Potential with Foreign Trade.. CITD (Center for International Trade Development).. assists businesses and individuals get started with importing or exporting products.. Whether you are a new  ...   work site to help your business develop your employees' skills at low or no cost.. Community Education.. offers a variety of classes for the life-long learner who wants to develop his/her professional skills or to simply further his/her own knowledge.. Start a New Business or Grow Your Current Business.. Small Business Development Center ( SBDC).. provides business management assistance to small business owners, managers and individuals.. One-on-one counseling at no cost, training, funding assistance, individualized technical assistance, and workshops are just a few ways that we can assist you.. Skills Assessments and Basic Education/ESL.. Workplace Learning Resource Center (WpLRC).. provides comprehensive programs of education and training designed for success in the workplace.. In order to meet the ever-growing need for fundamental skills, our main focus is on providing employees with Basic Skills education in reading, writing and math and English as a Second Language (ESL)..

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  • Title: Workshops & Seminars | Business Training Center
    Descriptive info: Updated: 9-5-2007.. Our staff is dedicated to helping local businesses and industry by offering workshops and seminars that address the need for increased efficiency and productivity.. Our experts cover topics such as how to develop a business plan, forming a corporation, financing, marketing, and accounting.. The BTC offers assistance in every aspect of international trade, professional development and specific industries such as aerospace.. Our experts are here and ready to help you enhance your profit margins and keep you competitive in today's global economy.. Center for International Trade Development.. Small Business Development Center (SBDC).. SBDC Workshop/Seminar Schedule..

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  • Title: Specialized Career Training | Business Training Center
    Descriptive info: Updated: 8-3-2010.. Business Career.. Business Management.. Professional Development.. Careers.. Small Business Workshops.. Computers.. Applications.. Databases.. Internet / Web.. Graphics / Desktop Publishing.. Certification Training.. Operating Systems Hardware.. Certification Review Training..

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  • Title: Meet the Team | Business Training Center
    Descriptive info: Updated:11-30-12.. The Business Training Center is an integral part of Community Advancement - the "umbrella organization" within El Camino College for departments and programs providing economic development services to the community.. We provide these services to businesses and industry as well as internships for students, continuing education classes for individuals seeking personal and professional development, and career education that provides students credit for on-the-job training.. We invite you to read about our team and contact them with any questions you may have.. Jose Anaya.. ,.. Dean.. Community Advancement Business Training Center.. , oversees the El Camino Community College District's Community Advancement Division and Business Training Center.. Prior to joining the staff at El Camino College, he directed economic development programs at Cerritos College.. Under Anaya's guidance, Cerritos College received numerous honors and recognition related to workforce development.. These included a Best Practices award for its partnership with Lockheed Martin, and selection by the Corporation for a Skilled Workforce and its partners as one of five national exemplary models for expanding postsecondary education and training opportunities for Hispanic workers.. Mr.. Anaya's earlier experiences include work in the private sector with corporations such as Honeywell, ITT Industries and DataCard.. He has broad experience and expertise in the areas of product design, manufacturing and management, as well as economic and workforce development.. Anaya has a B.. degree in mechanical engineering from California Polytechnics University, Pomona, and a MBA with an emphasis in entrepreneurship from the University of Southern California.. Philip Sutton.. Director.. El Camino College Workplace Learning Resource Center (WpLRC).. :.. Sutton has worked with the economic development programs of the California Community College system since 1992, primarily with El Camino College, providing assistance in grant preparation, contract training development, project coordination, strategic planning, and online curriculum and staff development for California Community Colleges and California industry.. He is an experienced college-level English instructor, receiving his master's degree from California State University, Long Beach in 1989 after completing undergraduate work at the University of Oregon.. Sutton has served on the board of the Literacy Council of Greater Los Angeles and served as the Chair of the Workplace Learning Resource Center Statewide Initiative Committee from 1998 to 2005.. Recent professional development activities include attending seminars at the Foundation Center in New York City in grant proposal preparation, and symposiums in distance learning and the use of technology in the classroom through the Outreach and Technical Assistance Network (OTAN) and the California Department of Education.. Star Van Buren.. hosted by El Camino College:.. Star Van Buren has worked for the El Camino College Business Training Center (BTC) since 2005.. She was hired as a marketing consultant for the BTC/Small Business Development Center (SBDC) where she planned and coordinated SBDC workshops and special events, marketed SBDC services to the community, and counseled small business owners on effective marketing techniques.. She was promoted to the director of marketing and outreach for the BTC in 2006.. Her responsibilities included marketing the services of all the BTC's divisions including the Small Business Development Center, the Center for Applied Competitive Technologies, the Center for International Trade Development, the Workplace Learning Resource Center, and Contract/Community Education.. She was appointed as interim SBDC director in September 2008 and was officially hired as the director in December 2008.. Ms.. Van Buren's began her profession in the financial services industry.. She started as a marketing editor and over the years was promoted to marketing manager, then to vice president of marketing.. Her last position was chief operations officer in charge of teller operations, member services, lending, collections and marketing/business development.. During her 15-year career, Ms.. Van Buren won numerous industry awards for the development and implementation of effective marketing campaigns.. She also is an experienced small business owner.. She and her husband opened a  ...   Sigma Greenbelt, and a member of the American Society for Quality and APICS.. In addition to his hands-on experience, Mr.. Gonzales has worked as a management consultant for the past five years specializing in quality and manufacturing.. He received training in lean manufacturing at the University of Tennessee, Manufacturing Extension Program in 1993 and has since trained and lead numerous project teams in Kaizen, 6S, value stream mapping, cellular manufacturing process improvement, and Just-in-Time point of use programs.. In addition, he has trained Six Sigma Greenbelt teams in product quality and process improvement.. His business experience includes materials management, quality assurance, and manufacturing operations.. He worked for Honeywell Aerospace for 20 years where he held management positions in quality, manufacturing, and integrated supply chain.. He also worked at Esterline Technologies as manufacturing operations manager.. Gonzales has a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration and a MBA from the University of La Verne.. Eldon R.. Davidson, Director.. of.. Davidson joined El Camino College in 2010 as Director for Contract Education.. He holds a Masters Degree in Business Administration from Wayland Baptist University and a BBA from West Texas A M University with concentrations in management.. In addition, he holds an Associate’s in Science degree from Amarillo Community College in business administration.. Davidson has more than 20 years of experience in workforce economic development, contract training, building key alliances and partnerships with business industry, career technical education, and use of educational technology in the classroom.. Prior to joining the staff at El Camino College, he served as Executive Director for the Southwest Alaska Vocational Education Center (SAVEC) – A Rapid Response Center for Education Workforce Development in Southwest Alaska.. Under his direction, the school received state-wide recognition for many of its workforce development programs.. SAVEC and its industry training partner CH2M Hill created the state’s first Transition Soldier’s Program along with its General Maintenance three week mini boot camp that created 100+ new jobs within the region.. These two new initiatives added over 5 million dollars in annual economic benefit (salaries) in communities where unemployment rates were 50% and above.. The programs were featured in major professional magazines, publications, and newspapers across the state including parts of Canada.. CH2M Hill won the Employer of the Year Award from the Alaska Department of Labor Alaska Workforce Investment Board and Mr.. Davidson was nominated by regional industry agencies to receive the Administrator of the Year Award.. Davidson was elected the state co-chair of the Alaska Vocational Technical Education Providers (VTEP) from 2007-2009.. The VTEP organization represents members from the Alaska University College System, K-12 Administrators, Regional Training Centers, Industry, and Private Schools/Colleges.. Davidson’s earlier experiences include serving as Vice President of Instruction, Dean of Instruction, Dean of Students, and Division Director - Electrical Electronic programs from two statewide career and technical education systems in Texas and Georgia.. In Georgia, he served as a regional co-chair for Tech Prep.. He has extensive experience in working with business and industry in Texas and assisted in the creation of the school’s new Economic Development Industrial Training Center.. Betty Sedor , Program Director.. Betty L.. Sedor is the Program Director for the Community Education department at El Camino College [Torrance, CA].. Her role includes developing and implementing not-for-credit fee-based personal and professional development classes, workshops, and events for adults, older adults (Young@Heart program) and kids (Kid’s College program).. She was formerly the Director of Business Development for the Public Programs Exhibitions department at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County and a former advertising sales executive for such media entities as Hispanic Magazine, Su Bebe y Su Familia magazines, Univision television and Terra.. com.. She has her Master’s Degree in English from Loyola Marymount University and was formerly an adjunct English instructor at Mt.. San Antonio College..

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  • Title: Certification Review Training | Business Training Center
    Descriptive info: Updated: 5-31-2013.. Business.. Training Center.. 13430 Hawthorne Blvd.. Hawthorne, CA 90250.. Instructor: Joe DeSimone – CSSBB, CQE, CQM, CRE, PMP.. Certified Quality Engineer (CQE).. May 4, 11, 18 25, 2013 (4) Saturdays (8:00-4:00pm).. 32hr.. Training Course $1,200.. 00 (includes book and materials).. Certified Six Sigma Black Belt (CSSBB).. August 10, 17, 24 31, 2013, 4 Saturdays (8:00am-4:00pm).. Training Course $995.. Certified Quality Inspector (CQI).. September 14, 21 28, 2013, (3) Saturdays (8:00am-4:00pm)..  ...   Saturdays (8:00am-4:00pm).. 24hr.. November 9, 16, 23 30, 2013 (4) Saturdays (8:00-4:00pm).. These courses are certification review sessions designed to prepare you for professional certification.. Students must register with the ASQ, PMI, ASME or SME to sit for certification exams.. Contact.. www.. asq.. org/certification.. pmi.. sme.. , or.. asme.. for more information and to register for certification.. Registration Information: Traci Traina at.. ttraina@elcamino.. edu.. 1.. 310.. 973.. 3169.. Click Here for Registration Form..

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  • Title: Maritime Industry Training Program | Business Training Center
    Descriptive info: Updated:1-3-2013.. United States Coast Guard Certified Basic Safety Standards for Training Certification and Watch keeping (STCW).. El Camino College is proud to offer the U.. Coast Guard approved courses that will give maritime personnel all the training components necessary for STCW certification.. These standards require basic safety training of anyone who serves on a 200 Gross Registered Tonnage (GRT) or larger private vessel and/or works on a commercial vessel of 200 (GRT) or larger and is part of the required crew complement or is assigned a responsibility on the muster list.. According to the regulations, this training must be completed before the individual can be assigned to duty.. All personnel must be certified beginning 2/1/2002.. A vessel that fails to comply with the new regulations may well be considered "un-seaworthy," should there be any litigation resulting from a casualty or injury or property loss or damage.. The components of the STCW certification training include personal safety and social responsibility, personal survival, elementary first aid and fire fighting.. The STCW training programs are offered at the Business Training Center and at El Camino College's campus facilities.. Delivery of instruction is scheduled on a convenient and flexible basis.. Call (310) 973-3147 or email.. mcohan@elcamino.. edu.. for more information.. Courses Offered Include.. Basic Safety Training Modules.. Four modules that together provide 40 hrs of training that meet the requirements of the STCW95 code, tables A-VI/1-1 through A-VI/1-4.. PERSONAL SAFETY SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY.. This 4-hour training provides seafarers with a better understanding of human relationships and how they relate to living and working onboard vessels.. Topics include, group behavior, personal interaction, conflict resolution, drug/alcohol abuse, sexual harassment and general personal safety.. BASIC FIRE FIGHTING.. A 16 hour training on how to react correctly in the event of a shipboard fire and use fire appliances correctly for the safety of personnel and the ship.. Instruction includes practical fire fighting training using live fire scenarios with real equipment and gear.. ELEMENTARY FIRST AID.. An 8-hour training in providing immediate basic medical care at the scene of an accident or medical emergency until the arrival of qualified medical personnel.. Instruction includes fundamentals of First Aid and Emergency Care.. PERSONAL SURVIVAL.. A 12-hour training in personal survival techniques at  ...   fire fighting, ventilation control including smoke extraction, monitoring and control stability during fire fighting, response of bridge, deck and engine room watch officers to emergencies, emergency response team leadership, plan of attack for on-scene fire fighting leaders, co-ordination of shipboard fire fighting, co-ordination with shore-based fire fighters, care of injured people, fixed fire detection and extinguishing installations, inspection and maintenance of emergency equipment, incident investigation and reporting, crowd management, search and rescue and communications.. Medical Care Provider.. This is a 32 hour program designed to enable the participant to meet the requirements of STCW 95 Ch VI, Section A-VI/4-1 Table A-VI/4-1.. Upon completion the participant will be able to demonstrate a higher level of competency to take action upon encountering an accident or medical emergency as required by the code.. Through instructor directed presentations and practical sessions the program presents topics including Immediate Action to be taken in an Emergency, Body Structure and Function, Toxicological hazards aboard ship, Medical care of rescued persons, Cardiac Arrest, Burns, Fractures and Dislocations, Spinal Injuries and immobilization, Administration of Medications, Maintaining a healthy environment aboard ship and use of Medical Advisory Services.. Tankerman Barge PIC.. This 40 hour course covers procedures and guidelines of cargo/product transfer and discharge operations including loading and discharging, safety procedures, quantities, qualities and temperatures, arrival, departure inspections, mooring lines, fuel topping off procedures.. At course end students will perform proper valve operations, take fuel samples, use basic safety procedures, emergency procedures and take visual inspections.. This course leads to an above deck career path with attainment of higher technical skills.. Vessel Security Officer.. Designed to prepare Mariners to serve as a certified Vessel Security Officer, this 16 hour training course provides the necessary knowledge and skills required for designation as a Vessel Security Officer.. A blend of up-to-date threat information, effective security practices, accurate regulatory provisions, and risk-based assessment techniques, this course is delivered through a balance of lectures, multimedia presentations, interactive activities, group exercises, and knowledge assessment.. This two-day course fully meets the requirements established in both the MTSA implementation regulations, section 104.. 215 of 33 Code of Federal Regulations, and in section B13.. 2 of the ISPS Code.. Click here for a PDF of the Class Schedule..

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