New “Leader Certification” Program Launches to Boost Skills and Attract Talent to Pensacola
Studer Community Institute (SCI) has announced a new way for individuals to gain essential leadership skills and for local businesses to attract talent through the release of its new “Leader Certification” program.
PENSACOLA, Fla. (Feb. 8, 2021) –Studer Community Institute (SCI) has announced a new way for individuals to gain essential leadership skills and for local businesses to attract talent through the release of its new “Leader Certification” program.
Designed for those interested in continuing their leadership education without committing to the time and cost associated with a full degree program, the SCI Leadership Certification is a low-cost, high-value solution.
“Comparable certification courses through Cornell and other national organizations start at $3,000 per person. We’re very excited and proud to be offering leaders in our community an opportunity to become certified for just $750,” shared SCI Chief Leadership Development Officer, Rachael Gillette.
“It also helps take the guesswork out of development plans for those who supervise others.”
The certification process is simple:
- Based on your leadership experience and training needs, register for one of the three certification pathways SCI currently offers (Level 1, Level 2 or Level 3) at ondemand.studeri.org.
- Similar to university courses, participants will earn 15 training credits over the course of 12 months through a combination of live training symposiums* and on-demand courses. Mix and match to best fit your learning style.
- Complete all required homework (knowledge checks, follow-up assignments, etc.) and upload into your online training portal.
- Upon approval, receive a physical SCI Leadership Certificate good for 12 months. Congratulations!
*Each of the five live symposiums offered in 2021 will cover essential skillsets needed for successful supervisors of all levels in a clear, concise format and will have both virtual and in-person seating options.
“The first symposium on the topic of self-awareness is happening on Feb. 24 and is sponsored by law firm, Clark Partington,” shared Morgan Milbradt, Training and Marketing Coordinator for SCI.
“The Self-Awareness Symposium is designed to help you control your mind and emotions to better accept feedback, recognize biases, build trust and become more emotionally intelligent. This full day event features big name speakers such as Quint Studer, Kristie Tobias, Dr. Cedric Alexander and Dr. Colby B. Jubenville.”
Studer Community Institute is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. Its Leadership Development division serves to narrow skills gaps, develop successful leaders, grow organizations, create jobs and drive economic development. To learn more, visit studeri.org/leadership.