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Human Capital Development

TYPES OF TRAINING AVAILABLE

Destiny organizes its entire training program around a skill-acquisition model, one that allows participants to enjoy “open access” to any and all courses, workshops, and seminars contained in our Destiny Training Manual.  This course catalog is organized into the key sections that allow our organization to logically group and sequence training options depending upon the exact “scope and sequence” of the curriculum content in each different course.  This arrangement fosters a “bridge curriculum” approach, one that ensures that training concepts presented in one seminar will be built upon  in the next seminar offered in that particular “curriculum group.” 

The following curriculum groups serve as the organizing factor for arranging the entire Destiny training options arrayed in over 100 courses and workshops:

GROUP ONE: HUMAN CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT
Training options contained in this area include diversity awareness and management, building foundations for success, organizational change, DiSC workshop, job readiness  work life transition, as well as creating and working in ethical cultures, and sexual harassment.

GROUP TWO: TEAM DYNAMICS AND LEADERSHIP SKILLS
Topics contained in workshops within this group include, team membership skills, and team leadership development, team dynamics and organizational change, as well as strategies for improving teamwork and team morale.

GROUP THREE: SUPERVISORY & MANAGERIAL LEADERSHIP TRAINING
Workshops, seminars, and classes in this group include topics on basic supervisory practices, management behavior and employee development, supervisor and manager as mentor, coaching behaviors for managers and other leaders, facing and meeting the leadership challenge, as well as executive presentation skills.

GROUP FOUR: FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
DMS includes various financial management courses within its training stable, including OMB Circular A-123, OMB Circular A-133, OMB Circular A-134, Appropriations Law, and internal controls training.

GROUP FIVE: COMPUTER OFFICE SKILLS
Classes contained in this grouping are geared to providing participants with actual skills-based training in office applications that are useful for job functioning.  Topics include Microsoft Word 2007, Access I and II, PowerPoint, OneNote, Excel, and Publisher.

GROUP SIX: APPLIED BUSINESS SOLUTIONS
Everyone needs a certain skill set in order to communicate effectively within any business environment and the topics included in this group provide a solid foundation: business report writing, business case writing, effective tools for evaluating business cases, and business case modeling.