Workforce eTraining Solutions LLC (WETS) announces services and online training programs available to nonprofits, community colleges, One-Stop Career Centers,and Technical Schools nationally to develop certificate/credit programs for in-demand jobs.
Southfield, MI, United States., March 16, 2020 - /PressReleasePoint/ - Women’s History Month is a celebration of women’s contributions to history, culture and society and has been observed annually in the month of March in the United States since 1987. And today, Nilda Thomas who, established Workforce eTraining Solutions LLC (WETS) https://workforceetraining.com with a vision of providing access to online technology training to minorities, women, youth, veterans and underserved communities has relaunched its consulting services and online training programs available to nonprofits community colleges, One Stop Career Centers, Technical Schools, businesses and organizations nationally to develop certificate and credit programs. WETS is a distributor of web-based learning technologies, work-based learning programs, Virtual Instructor-Led (VILT) on-demand online education, e-learning, Instructor-Led course content, and virtual conference expos and tradeshows.
WETS is also a training resource for government and workforce development community initiatives providing related job readiness training for these programs including customized training and career learning paths to meet the needs of the business or agency.
WETS courses are also available to individual users around the world through its learning management system. The WETS online catalog at https://www.wetscatalog.com has over 1500 courses for compliance and professional development in:
Sales & Marketing
Small Business & Entrepreneurship
*Denotes current certificate programs
Other value-add features and technologies include converting live Instructor-led training to remote training, and Virtual Conference Expos and Tradeshow platform providing an affordable solution to organizations and exhibitors instead of renting venues. The platform enables collaboration, promotion, launching of new products, education and more through the Virtual Lobby, Virtual Booth, Virtual Auditorium, and Networking Lounge. Additionally, attendees save money from not having to travel which increases attendance. With the Coronavirus epidemic companies and organizations are canceling employee training, conferences, tradeshows and venues for annual meetings and summits and will be looking for alternatives to continue to do business and train their workforce and, WETS is ready to support them.
The firm was created by native Detroiter Nilda Glenn Thomas, MBA/EB an Afro-Cuban Chinese American after being corporate-downsized several times in her career. Thomas took her professional experiences from the most influential technology companies she had worked with and her education to launch workforceetraining.com. Thomas’ unique blend of business, marketing, and technology savvy has earned her recognition in various publications. Ms. Thomas has over 20 years’ experience in information technology, distance learning, marketing, and strategic planning to corporate and government entities.
WETS partners with clients to create virtual campuses for their organization providing affordable e-learning solutions that include a mix of content, learning management, collaboration and communication services. “We offer the advantages of a hosted solution to organizations that want quality training for their workforce without having to purchase or maintain an extensive online learning infrastructure”, said Thomas.
Since its inception, Thomas has established relationships with businesses and several higher education entities in the Detroit Metro Area and nationally with plans to reach out to more offering the Workforceetraining Online platform and other e-learning technologies. “Community Colleges and organizations can choose from a variety of courses to develop unique curricula for their workforce or student population. More importantly, our courses are designed specifically for knowledge retention and to keep employees and students motivated and engaged in learning because online courses are taken in short segments”. The WETS platform can also complement live training providing a blended learning solution.
WETS Web-based system is available in flexible delivery formats for Internet and Intranet environments. Thomas says, “The system provides anytime, anywhere learning…. people all over the world are able to take courses and have access to the virtual conference Expo and Tradeshow platform.
About Workforce eTraining Solutions LLC:
Workforce eTraining Solutions LLC, https://www.workforceetraining.com is a distributor/broker of state-of-the-art web-based learning technologies and courseware that are delivered straight from your desktop or laptop. The company helps bridge the skills gap by providing online career and technical training in the areas of Information Technology, Career, Professional Development, Small Business and Entrepreneurship and soft skills courses. With over 1500 current courses WETS offers a complete line of courseware to help people and organizations achieve their goals. Workforce eTraining Solutions LLC (WETS) is a 100% minority Hispanic/African American Woman-owned organization founded by Nilda G. Thomas. The company is registered with the State of Michigan, Oakland County Michigan, D&B, SBA, and with the Government Contractor Registration (SAM).
FOUNDER: Nilda Thomas established Workforce eTraining Solutions LLC (WETS) with a vision of providing access to online technology training to minorities, women, youth, veterans and underserved communities. WETS is a distributor of web-based learning technologies, work-based learning programs, Virtual Instructor-Led (VILT) on-demand online education, eLearning, and Instructor-Led course content. Thomas has over 20 years of experience in technology serving in senior marketing roles at Deloitte, Microsoft, AT&T, and EDS where she helped to launch the Distance Learning Services Group in the late 90’s and became fascinated with the technology.
As an advocate, she believes e-learning helps to bridge the digital divide. In 2000, she was featured in Black Enterprise and was quoted, “If we don’t embrace it [technology] as a people, we’re going to be left behind. We need to embrace and be afforded the opportunities to take advantage of the way we learn technology so we can become more marketable in the workforce”. She was also featured in Hispanic Women in Business and Women in e-Commerce magazines. Additionally, she has served on several boards and serves as a trusted advisor to senior corporate and philanthropic executives. WETS is a woman-owned minority company.
Press Contact: Nilda Thomas Workforce eTraining Solutions LLC