Aligning career and education programs to the needs of local labor market
We attempt to enhance economic prosperity by focusing on people rather than businesses. Work-force development has evolved from a problem-focused approach, addressing issues such as low-skilled workers or the need for more employees in a particular industry, to a holistic approach considering participants' many barriers and the overall needs of the region.
Competition and commoditization are key contributors to the changing education landscape. Teachers need a demonstrated ability to implement innovative instructional practices.
Renees Group offers Certificate training seminars for teachers with one-to-five-day workshops on the emerging trends in STEAM education.Our goal is to strengthen computation aspects of STEM curricula and instruction providing educators with tools and training to help them adapt it to their individual and community needs.
Mobile educational trailers are a cost-effective alternative to educate underserved communities.
We provide mobile stem education (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) taught by qualified teachers.
Our program offers opportunities for applying 21st century skills across content areas and for a competency-based approach to learning preparation for global competitiveness
Community-based programming that fosters intellectual and cultural teaching and learning
Our successful workforce development programs have a strong network of ties in the community, and are equipped to respond to changes in their environments