Ivy Tech Corporate College announces partnership to offer training programs to local companies

Ivy Tech Corporate College has partnered with Development Dimensions International (DDI) to make its world-class leadership, workforce and customer service training programs available to local companies.

The collaboration with DDI, a human resource consulting firm widely recognized for leadership and management training programs that improve employee performance, will provide businesses with access to proven development. Initially, the training will be offered in the following Ivy Tech regions: Central Indiana, Kokomo, Bloomington, Wabash Valley, East Central, Richmond, Lafayette, Sellersburg, Ft.Wayne and Northwest.

“This partnership allows Ivy Tech Corporate College to contribute to the business growth and success by providing the best training and development resources to area companies,” said Ivy Tech Corporate College President Matt Bell.

Ivy Tech Corporate College is the premier provider of quality workforce training solutions for the needs of businesses, industry, organizations and individuals.  Corporate College supports business success through talent development, organizational improvement, and increased productivity and profitability.  With 30 campuses and more than 100 learning facilities statewide, Ivy Tech is readily accessible and has a proven track record of providing value-based solutions for thousands of businesses and students each year. To get more information about this and other cost-effective training available on-line, on-campus and on-site, Ivy Tech Corporate College is ready: http://www.ivytechcorporatecollege.com

Since 1970, DDI has helped thousands of organizations achieve superior business performance through selecting, developing and retaining extraordinary people.  DDI’s two major areas of expertise include helping companies find and hire better people faster and building leadership capacity and capability, enabling organizations to meet their current and emerging business needs. http://www.ddiworld.com.

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