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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic we’ve redesigned all of our in-person custom training programming to practice safe social distancing, and to address the needs of the remote workforce. Contact us to learn how you may bring the power of PCC into your organization.
Customizable Solutions that Work
Organizations thrive when employers invest in their people. Our customizable professional development and training programs empower employees to grow as professionals, team members – and human beings.
Work with PCC to create customizable training solutions on virtually any subject. Our responsive team employs a collaborative approach to develop training to meet your organization’s goals and respects its unique culture. PCC’s custom programming provides the highest quality industry experts and facilitators, offering diverse courses and workshops tailored to your organization. Contact us for a no-cost introductory consultation to assess your needs and to learn more about our versatile capabilities.
Empower your people. Partner with PCC.
Talent Development for Your Team
Remote Professional Development and Workforce Response
Improve your team’s response to the changing world, while practicing safe social distancing.
Request a no-cost introductory consultation and learn more about our versatile capabilities.
News and Announcements
- Tips for Navigating Teaching Remotely
- Mon, 21 Dec 2020
With Portland Public Schools continuing online-only classes in the surge of COVID-19, virtually all public school teachers in Portland, Oregon, have had to learn how to navigate teaching online. The tools have become more streamlined since the sudden shutdowns and distance learning of early 2020. However, the strategies and systems still hit snags often, and teachers are understandably worried about keeping up with their standard curriculum.
- Training for a Legal Career
- Tue, 15 Dec 2020
Becoming a lawyer is a time-consuming process that often requires credentials, including a bachelor's degree and three years of law school. Whether you eventually want to be a lawyer or not, there are many other career paths within the legal field, and you don't have to spend quite so many years training up for them. More specifically, shorter-term remote career training can prepare you for different careers in the legal system.
- Flipped+ Winter Workshop
- Mon, 14 Dec 2020
This January, learn how to take the Flipped Classroom student engagement strategy to a new level with the Portland Community College workshop on the Flipped+ Classroom. PCC Instructors Jessica Bernards and Wendy Fresh have seen how to create deeper engagement with students without putting them on the spot and still allowing them the flexibility to take extra time outside of class to push themselves and learn new concepts.
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