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Associated Industries

Associated Industries

Shelby County Associated Industries, Inc. (SCAI) is comprised of local industrial companies who, although different, are united to meet their collective educational and training needs. We strive to achieve the following parameters:

  • Communicate!  Keep everyone involved and knowledgeable about what is going on in the industrial arena.
  • Build relationships between companies
  • Workforce Training
  • Share Best Practices
  • Partner with Local Agencies
  • Remove Barriers

Training Consortium

In an ever-changing world, we support our local workforce with opportunities and skills to stay in the game. The training opportunities are open to any SCAI member in good standing. Members have first choice of all course offerings, but courses may be made available to non-members if class size permits.

CPR/First Aid – REGISTER
Time: TBD
Date: TBD
Location: TBD
Rate: $75 for SCIA members, $95 for non-members
This is a comprehensive adult CPR and First Aid Course eligible for certification (to be awarded at the completion of the course). Download full course description.

 

Past Courses

Contact our training coordinator, charlie@scidf.com, if you would like to request a repeat of any past courses.

Conflict Resolution
Leadership for Supervisors
Leadership for Managers


The Shelby County Associated Industries, Inc.—Training Consortium will work to administer all course offerings with the hope that we meet the following objectives:

  • Provide training opportunities for local employers and their workforce.
  • Be flexible in our schedule of course offerings to meet the needs of all local industry.
  • Secure various grants to help offset costs.
  • Ensure this program is easy to use and meets all employer’s needs.
  • Improve the quality of our workforce, both for today and for the future.

Sharing Costs

The efforts of this consortium help provide all involved with unique opportunities to share costs for training and to obtain funding to help lessen the financial burden on our local industries.

The Consortium obtains funding from different grant sources. We strive to utilize all sources available to us.