Workforce Education and Training
College of Southern Nevada (CSN)
CSN's Workforce and Economic Development Division will provide solutions to give your business a competitive edge. Training is tailored to meet business needs and can be delivered on-line or at one of several locations throughout the Las Vegas valley.
CSN Workforce Development
CSN Business Services
The OSHA Training Institute and Education Center of The College of Southern Nevada are pleased to announce the addition of regular classes in Reno, Nevada, San Bernardino, California and Kahului Maui, Hawaii on a regularly scheduled basis. These classes will be in addition to our regular schedule held in Las Vegas, Nevada.
For more information, call (877) 651-osha or visit website: www.csn.edu/dwedosha for information or to register.
Office 702 651-5921
Nevada Career Information System
The NCIS is a computer-based system that combines a wealth of career, education and labor market information into one comprehensive, easy-to-use career exploration tool.
Nevada Department of Employment Training and Rehabilitation (DETR)
DETR provides businesses with access to a qualified workforce, assistance in job training and placement and vocational rehabilitation, and economic data. www.nvdetr.org
Nevada Job Connect
Nevada Job Connect is a statewide network that connects businesses with employees,all in one convenient system.
Silver State Works
The Silver State Works initiative was designed to create an opportunity for employers to help strengthen Nevada's economy while receiving incentives to hire pre-screened qualified workers to staff their businesses. The success of the program depends greatly upon the partnership of employers with Nevada agencies, business leaders like you.
A video explanation of the program can be found at: www.silverstateworks.com/news.php
Tech Impact is a nonprofit whose mission is "to empower communities and nonprofits to use technology to better serve our world."
Technology Education Business Alliance (TEBA)
TEBA in conjunction with the CSN (College of Southern Nevada), the (BATEC) Boston Area Technology education Connections) and the National Science Foundation is conducting a workforce development study that is vitally important to our community and will impact CSN current and future programs and curriculum.
This work is supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant Number DUE-0603458. To find out more about CSN’s workforce connections with business and industry you may email at: DWED@csn.edu or call (702) 651-4747