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In these post-pandemic times, the WDB and AJCC continue to work hard to offer services to our business and working community both in-person and virtually for your safety and convenience. We are happy to be a part of the recovery and growth of Solano County’s workforce and hope our workshops and programs will help you during your journey.

Click on the icon to find the next workshop date, or to learn who to contact for more information.

Don’t forget to visit the Events & Workshops calendar for current and upcoming events and workshops.

The 21st Century Entrepreneurship Workshop

This workshop is for ANYONE and EVERYONE and is deisnged to provide education and training on how to perform well in the job, retain the job, advance faster, and increase lifetime earnings in the modern economy. BuildEd experts will provide a foundaiton of understanding and power that will give yo uthe tools to succeed in any situation.

Visit https://solanoemployment.org/builded/ to learn more about the workshop, who can register, and what to expect after registration. Also, find upcoming workshop dates and how to register.

Free Typing Test and Certificate
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Want to test your computer skills? This FREE tool will allow you to test your essential computer skills, essential software skills, and daily life technology.

Visit https://www.digitalliteracyassessment.org/ to begin your FREE assessment! To save your results, be sure to scroll down to the middle of the page in the Take an Assessment section and enter WDB’s PIN: EV2N

Contact Sheryl Cutler at 707-863-3598 or scutler@solanowdb.org for assistance.

The information and description about CNAP has been provided by yourcnastory.com/employers, a Quality Care Health Foundation (QCHF) program.
Build Your CNA Workforce with CNAP

The Certified Nurse Assistant Program (CNAP) is a 5-year multi pronged initiative focused on increasing the CNA workforce across California. CNAP offers resources to employers to create a sustainable employee pipleing and foster CNA retention through career advancement opportunities.

Facilites that are CDPH approved for facility-based CNA training or those contracted with community-based CNA training programs may qualify for Earn and Learn funds.

Harmony Across Generations: Inclusivity in the Workplace (virtual)
Thursday, June 20th, 10:00 – 11:00 a.m.

Did you know we currently have 5 generations in the workplace? Work, communication and preferences are all influenced by the a person’s generation. Each generation in your company has a difference in the way they work, think and how they perform their work. These differences can lead to difficulties and conflicts within your work teams. It can also be an opportunity to build a better team that uses the strengths of each generation to that bring the best out of each person. This training will help you bridge the generation gap!

Join us for this virtual event! Registration is required.

This webinar is approved for HRCI and SHRM credits.

Mid-Year Labor Law Update
2024 Mid-Year Labor Law Udpate (virtual)
Tuesday, July 16th, 12:00 – 1:00 p.m.

Since January 2024, there have already been a myriad of employment law updates ranging from wage and hour cases, to new rights for pregnant workers, to new Cal/OSHA plan requirements. As seasoned employers know, it is critical to stay current with California’s fast-paced changes to mitigate risk and avoid new areas for liability. Join CEA’s subject matter experts for our Mid-Year Labor Law Update.

Join us for this virtual event! Registration is required.

This webinar is approved for HRCI and SHRM credits.

In partnership with California Employers Association, we are happy to continue to bring NO COST workshops to Solano County employers. More details to come for these upcoming topics.

August 1 (webinar) – Employee Handbooks
August 6 (webinar) – LEAD Supervisor Certification Series
September 17 (webinar) – How to Present Like a Pro
September TBD (in-person) – Business Summit (location TBD)

These workshops are sponsored by the Workorce Development Board of Solano County and made possible by American Rescue Plan Act funding through Solano County.