The KSBDC offers workshops to help you start, manage and operate your business. Training programs range from advanced seminars aimed at experienced business owners to introductory workshops for the novice business owner and those considering starting a business.
Take 3 discount: Enroll in three JCCC KSBDC or other Continuing Education classes with one payment transaction and receive a 15% discount. Discounts are non-transferable. Any changes to enrollment will result in a loss of discount. Some exclusions apply.
Free Local Workshops
Attend a SCORE workshop on starting a business.
Free Online Courses
Entrepreneurs can learn anytime by accessing these no-cost courses through the KSBDC Lead Center website. Learn strategies and solutions to help you manage, operate, and build your business. In an effort to provide the most appropriate and comprehensive training, we would appreciate it if you would complete the short evaluation form following each course. Each of the courses takes between 30-120 minutes to complete. They contain audio, high-end graphics, case studies and worksheets.
SBA Online Training
Take advantage of free online courses from SBA to learn the basics of important topics related to your small business. Topics include: Starting a Business; Managing a Business; and Financing a Business.
Exporting Webinars – U.S. Commercial Services
Thinking about growing your business through exporting? Starting to get international orders on your web site? Check out these informative webinars.
Kauffman Founders School
The Kauffman Founders School is an online educational resource dedicated to entrepreneurship.
The Khan Academy is a non-profit organization that offers free educational videos on numerous topics including banking and money; finance; valuation and investing; and venture capital.
Entrepreneurial Studies Program at JCCC
JCCC features a comprehensive set of entrepreneurship courses that are offered for college credit. These courses are also open to non-credit, continuing education students who are interested in the subject matter, but not necessarily interested in receiving college credit.
Students interested in college credit may earn an associate or applied science degree or complete the business entrepreneurship vocational certificate or business plan certificate. Click here for more information.