Center for Global Workforce and Logistics Education
The Center for Global Workforce and Logistics Education is an economic catalyst to help promote global commerce and to meet job training needs in Mecklenburg County.
As the Charlotte region becomes an important hub of global commerce, the center will focus on information flow, material handling, production, packaging, inventory, transportation, warehousing and security. We will work to understand and anticipate the needs of business in collaboration with experts in the field.
The center offers courses and training aimed at jobs in logistics, transportation, warehousing, exporting and manufacturing. These courses are open to individuals and by custom design and delivery to employers in Mecklenburg County. Programs range in level of difficulty, length and format while providing either skills and competencies alone or in conjunction with credit-based degree and certificates.
Programs and Areas of Study
Logistics and Supply Chain
APICS and ISM programs, including Certified in Production and Inventory Management and Certified Supply Chain Professional, plus courses including Foundation of Supply Management, Effective Supply Management Performance and Leadership in Supply Management
Engineering, Automation and Technology
Engineering Technologies - Training and exams for nationally recognized third-party industry credentials, including , and the National Institute of Metalworking Skills.
International and Small BusinessCPCC's Small Business Center is a resource for exploring business creation and growth, exporting, marketing and more to increase the opportunities in global trade. Courses include:
Leadership and Process Improvement
Apprenticeship Charlotte, Co-op and Internships
Degrees and Certificates
The Corporate Learning Center offers custom-designed group training or can assist you in sponsoring your staff in publicly offered sessions. CPCC can also work directly with your management team to assess unique needs and learning objectives. We also work with employers to connect them with state funding sources and grants. For more information, call 704.330.4660.