The Chamber, in partnership with Kapiolani Community College, presents the Global Communications program. This program series includes two Courses: "Foundations of Communication" and "Communication and Collaborating with Others". Courses are created in modules, with each one designed to build upon each other. Participants will first learn foundational communication skills and progress towards building skills to communicate effectively with various audiences and in different situations.
Thanks to the State of Hawaii’s Workforce Development Division and their Employment & Training Fund (ETF) Program, the course is subsidized so that employers will only have to pay for a fraction of the total cost.
We highly recommend registering and completing BOTH courses in sequence for the best outcomes.
Course 1: Foundations of Communication
Module 1: Back to Basics: Communication and Perception (2 Hours)
Module 2: Verbal Communication: The Language & Words We Use (2 Hours)
Module 3: Non-Verbal Communication: The Power of Body Language (2 Hours)
Module 4: Hello, Can Anybody Hear Me? (2 Hours)
Module 5: Email and Phone Etiquette (2 Hours)
Module 6: Intercultural and Cross Cultural Communication: Communicating with Generational and Regional Differences (2 Hours)
Cost for Course 1 (12 hours):$165.00*
Course 2: Communication and Collaborating with Others
Module 1: Working in Groups (2 Hours)
Module 2: Communicating in Diverse Groups (2 Hours)
Module 3: Leadership and Followers- Qualities and Skills (2 Hours)
Module 4: Think Teams- Navigating Together to Learn About Problems and Working Together to Come Up with Solutions (2 Hours)
If you would like to sign up for the program, please register the name, e-mail, phone number of the point of contact and Course(s) you would like to enroll in. A Chamber representative will contact you with more information.
After registering, you will need to complete an ETF Referral Agreement with DLIR and WDD Here. You can find instructions Here and a completed sample form Here(please save document to view comments).
Because DLIR needs ample time to process the ETF paperwork, forms and payments must be completed by February 15, 2018.