, under the management of The CMOOR Group, has created a nationally recognized program that offers college credit for corporate training by collaborating with colleges and universities to offer college credit for CMOOR programs. The partnerships were forged to address the increasing number of industry workers that need training and recognize the value of continuing education. Many organizations are quickly exhausted of their training budgets and employees are deprived of valuable training. By combining college credit with industry training, organizations enhance the impact of training dollars for the benefit of the organization and employees.

This program also allows companies to maximize tax incentives and benefits related to employee educational assistance benefits. Through this nationwide program, college credit can be earned by students who complete appropriate coursework and exams, and these credits can apply to degrees or professional recertification requirements. CMOOR opens new learning management and workforce development possibilities for students and employers via the strategic use of company educational assistance funds in paying for growth-essential training.

Employer Benefits:

  • Flexible allocation of training costs
  • Tax benefits for training acquisition expenses
  • ROI metrics and employee learning assessment
  • Greater employee access to growth-critical learning
  • Increased employee recruitment, retention, and morale

Employee Benefits:

  • Academic credit and degree opportunities for work-related training
  • Connects employee Career Path training to Education Path opportunities
  • Improves and extends value of professional skills upgrading efforts

If you are interested in providing these valuable courses to your global workforce, contact to discuss how your organization can become a part of this exciting new online resource.

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