In an effort to promote intergovernmental cooperation, Oakland County HR Training has been offering both classroom-based training and Computer-Based Training to employees of local communities since 2008. To date, 42 organizations have registered for this program. CBT courses are a great supplement to our classroom training and provides short courses (typically 1 hour) for immediate learning and knowledge development.
What is Computer-Based Training?
CBT is training that is accessed from the convenience of your desktop computer and completed at your own pace. It is a web-based system of 80 courses available through a customized website called SkillPort. The program is not intended to replace classroom-based training but designed to supplement traditional methods and provide greater opportunities for skill development. The CBT courses partner and supplement our classroom-based program which is tied to the Oakland County Competency Models.
Benefits of CBT
- Work at your own pace
- Competitive pricing with our classroom-based courses
- Users can print their own certificate of completion
- Users can gain academic credit toward a University of Phoenix degree
- Courses can be accessed from any PC with internet access
- Administrative Support
- Business Etiquette and Professionalism
- Customer Service
- Grammar and Business Writing
- Team Building
- Time Management/Organization
- Stress Management
- AND MUCH MORE!
How to Register for Computer-Based Training
Prior to registering for CBT courses, check with your organization to ensure Oakland County has received billing information and authorization for payment.
It is the responsibility of the employee requesting training to inform their supervisor of training dates and costs. We are unable to confirm authorization for payment of each course session prior to individual enrollments.