COS Training Resource Center

Customized training in advanced manufacturing, customer service, food safety, and supervisory, that enhances your employees’ skills and productivity.

Current Open Enrollment Classes

Food Safety Program

Develop the food safety knowledge of your employees by inviting COS’s Training Resource Center to facilitate your Food Safety training.

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Trainings Offered

The COS Training Resource Center offers a variety of trainings to fill the needs of your workforce. Click here to find out more.

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Lunch & Learn

The COS Training Resource Center invites you to attend a Lunch & Learn on one or more topics. Click here for more info and to register!

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It’s Your Money: Why Not Use It?

ETP training funds (paid for by your taxes) are used to support job training delivered to California  employees. Contact us to learn more.

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“We have sent out employees to food safety trainings through the Training Resource Center in the past, and enjoy the fact that the trainings are local, and certified with industry-recognized credentials. They employ subject matter experts who have practical experience and can provide great examples to the class.”

Carolina Reyes
Food Safety Specialist, Magnolia Citrus Association

August 9, 2018

COS Training Center Collaborates with Faraday Future

Watch the ABC News video of how COS Training Resource Center is collaborating with Faraday Future to train up employees.

From the Blog/News

20Nov

Contract Education Collaborative Developing Cybersecurity Curriculum for California’s Defense Manufacturers

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24Oct

California Community Colleges Respond to the Training Needs of the State’s Agriculture and Food Industries

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14Oct

Contract Education Collaborative Responded to Governor’s Critical Proposal to Deliver Rapid Response to CNA Worker Shortage

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