SPCC Corporate Training Program Announces It Is “Open For Business” With the Hiring of New Director

South Piedmont Community College has recently hired Latoya Billings as the new Director of Corporate Training and Education to support its growing Division of Business Solutions. 

Latoya brings 18 years of higher education experience in developing, implementing and managing customized training programs. Her recent experience includes overseeing 18 projects totaling $3 million over the past four years at a nearby community college.

“We are thrilled to have Latoya on our team. Her wealth of experience and knowledge will help our team reach new levels of service for the businesses we serve,” Chris Rivera, SPCC Vice President of Business Solutions, said. “Our partners in the business community rely on our college to provide meaningful, timely solutions to their training challenges and we’re excited to expand our ability to do so through Latoya’s skills. We’re ready, and we’re open for business.”

The Division of Business Solutions offers educational training programs that directly support the needs of small businesses, employees and companies through customized training, corporate training, work-based learning and the Small Business Center.

“Training programs are increasingly important to regional businesses as employers work hard to recruit and retain highly skilled workers. Similarly, the workforce is hungry for meaningful professional development opportunities,” Latoya Billings said. “We’re in the position to help both employer and employee.”

The Customized Training Program at South Piedmont Community College is state-funded and designed to help businesses and industries remain competitive in our rapidly changing world. The state-wide Customized Training Program is designed to react quickly to the needs of local businesses. Course content includes practical hands-on experience that is customized for employees who need to become more productive in the shortest time possible.

Corporate Education at South Piedmont Community College is dedicated to working with local businesses and industry to increase their competitiveness and success by providing high-quality employee training.

Companies interested in working with South Piedmont Community College to develop customized training or corporate training programs can contact Latoya at lbillings@spcc.edu or call her at 704-290-5836.

About SPCC

South Piedmont Community College sits at the crossroads of where you are and where you want to be. It is a college with heart and opportunity; it helps Anson County and Union County residents gain knowledge, improve skills and expand possibilities no matter their starting point. Through accessible, affordable, high-quality programming, SPCC empowers its students to complete their education and achieve their goals.

SPCC has four locations, two in Union County and two in Anson County and has served residents since 1999. Programs include traditional undergraduate studies, adult basic skills education and work-based learning. Learn more at spcc.edu.



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