Skilling up is second nature to IWSI America. We have been in the business for 30 years, creating pathways for our partners to take to ensure a relevant workforce.
IWSI America stands out for several reasons. First, we design our programs around our partners’ specific skills requirements. We are customized, not one-size-fits-all. A combination of centralized recruiting, on-the-job-training, job readiness, blended learning, “new apprenticeships”, mentoring (including knowledge transfer and leadership development), and working across sectors are some elements we use to satisfy your needs.
Second, our team also knows costs run sky-high for training and retraining workers, and totally gets the financial implications when your company’s IP (intellectual property) walks out the door. It is important to note our track record in employee retention: impressive.
Third, you have heard the term ecosystem, right? There are lots of moving parts to doing business. It no longer happens in isolation. IWSI America understands. We skill up your workforce and strengthen community – all in one. But it doesn’t happen organically. Nick Wyman, our CEO, could write the book on public-private partnerships. He knows how to identify shared interests, bust silos, negotiate roles, and produce results for the entire collaborative. IWSI America uses public-private partnerships to grow companies and stabilize whole regions. Even though corporate social responsibility is a relatively recent movement in the US, our team has been doing it globally for a long while.