MCCIWI is based in Kansas City, Missouri USA. What sets the Institute apart is its holistic approach: helping businesses run better and helping individuals become better employees.
Since 2009, the Institute has:
Prepared over 7,000 students for entry-level jobs;
Contracted with over eighty companies to provide contract training, including Ford, GM, ATK, Hallmark, Harley-Davidson, Cerner and Honeywell;
Supported 25 area companies to receive $2,527, 827 through the Missouri Customized Training Program (MCT);
Helped companies receive $1,124, 394 through Missouri New Jobs Training and Job Retention Training programs.
Totara LMS is an open source LMS for the corporate sector based on Moodle. Totara LMS has a range of enhancements over and above the wide ranging functionality available in Moodle. These enhancements are designed specifically for corporate organizations and include:
Individual development plans
The Totara LMS Partner Program is designed to support organizations in delivering enterprise LMS solutions to their clients.
Totara Partners are supported through:
A global marketing campaign promoting Totara
Participation in marketing events
High profile endorsement of Totara partners
Generating leads through the Totara marketing program
Training and support in how to deploy Totara
Access to the Totara knowledge base
Priority consideration for new features and fixes.
Totara (totaralms.com) is actively seeking applications from organizations globally to become Totara Partners.
Willem Boom, Vice President Partner Solutions, commented: We are delighted to have Metropolitan Community College Institute for Workforce Innovation as a Totara Partner. The demand for Totara is building in North America and our aim is to provide organizations with a choice of experienced partners who can help them implement and support their Totara LMS initiatives. MCCIWI as a strong player in their region will be successful due to their client relationships and experience.
Metropolitan Community College Institute for Workforce Innovation said,This partnership is another way to support businesses in our region with a high quality training management system. It also allows us to provide a foundation for online training in noncredit courses. - Kevin Kelley, PhD, Director of Community Development.