Corporate Training Center Workshops

The HADC is pleased to announce that we have reached agreement with Waukesha County Technical College (WCTC) to provide skills training for those in the Hartford area workforce. This is a response to requests from several employers to make training more accessible.

Our Classes

Current Available Classes

Foundational Leadership Development Program

The frontline leader is the lifeline of any organization. The performance of front line leaders is directly related to the overall performance of the company. Failure to support the development of new leaders is directly related to low employee morale, employee disengagement, employee turnover, low productivity, and many other disruptions, ultimately, having a negative effect on the bottom line. This series is delivered in a series of modules that focus on fundamental supervisory skills such as effective listening, communication, and coaching skills, and expands to address a variety of leadership issues that frontline leaders face daily. 

PARTICIPANTS WILL LEARN TO: 

  • Strengthen their core interpersonal skills for effective leadership
  • Enhance their abilities to manage individual performance
  • Enhance decision-making skills that lead to improved team performance
  • Anticipate and evaluate distributions and engage others in effective problem solving
  • Effectively manage change and encourage innovation

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Date(s) Oct. 17, 24, 31, Nov. 14, Dec. 5, 19 and Jan. 9, 16 – 2020
Time 9 am – 12 noon
Location Quad Graphics (1900 W Sumner St, Hartford)
Cost $550

HADC INTRODUCTION to PROJECT MANAGEMENT

This workshop provides an overview of practices and tools used by companies following a successful Project Management methodology. Best practices will be shared, along with techniques to clearly define the project goals and objectives. Critical questions will be answered like: What are the objectives of your project? – Who is impacted by this project? – How to successfully sustain the deliverables of the project?

  • Define Project Management
  • Review general concepts and principles of project management
  • Identify barriers, role of time management, and team building opportunities
  • Develop a project plan that minimizes risk

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Date October 29 
Time 8:30 am to 12:00 pm
Location Quad Graphics (1900 W Sumner St, Hartford)
Cost $175

HADC Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing (GD&T)

This theory and application workshop follows ASME Y14.5 2009 standards as well as previous written standards. It is designed for people responsible for specifying or verifying geometric controls as well as correct interpretation. This comprehensive workshop in the fundamentals of GD&T will include terms, symbols, rules, and concepts of geometric dimensioning and tolerancing required to interpret feature control frames and determine tolerances.

  • Experience applications in the form of demonstrations and setups using models, company/customer prints, and actual parts
  • Discuss company specific gauging and inspection methods

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Date(s) November 6, November 13, December 4 
Time 1 pm – 4:30 pm
Location Quad Graphics (1900 W Sumner St, Hartford)
Cost $300

HADC Blue Print Reading

Blueprints are the universal way of communicating throughout the manufacturing process from engineering, manufacturing, assembly, and/or quality (inspection). Learn the skills for interpreting various types of blueprints.

  • Gain the ability to communicate properly with others on the production team
  • Learn the skills for interpreting various types of pictorials. You will see how the different lines are put to use from Visible lines, Hidden lines, Dimension lines, and others. This will all be accomplished through ANSI/ASME Standards
  • Define different types of scales used in drawings
  • Interpret basic terminology and the various symbols and notations used on drawings.
  • Comprehend pictorial drawings

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Date(s) January 30, February 6, February 13, and February 20, 2020
Time 8:00 am – 12:00 pm
Location Quad Graphics (1900 W Sumner St, Hartford)
Cost $350

HADC  Microsoft Excel 2016 – Level 1

This training is for individuals new to Microsoft Excel. It covers the essential uses, tools, and features of Microsoft Excel 2016.

  • Introduction to worksheets—formatting sheets and cells, numbers, dates, basic calculations
  • Rearranging data—working with rows, cells and columns
  • Managing multiple worksheets, common formulas, cell references
  • Data visualization with charts and images—using tools for formatting and editing
  • Organizing large amounts of data—sorting, freeze panes and window split. 

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Date(s) January 9, 16, 23, and 30
Time 3:30pm – 5:30pm
Location Hartford Union High School, Library Media Center (LMC) 805 Cedar St, Hartford, WI. 53027
Cost $234

HADC  Microsoft Excel 2016 – Level 2

This workshop is for individuals already knowledgeable of Microsoft Excel 2016. It expands upon the beginner level foundation with an in-depth look at advanced formatting features and the utilization of functions.

  • Advanced formatting—themes, cell styles, customizing page setup
  • Date and time functions, conditional formatting
  • Advanced functions for text and analysis—IF criteria, troubleshooting formulas
  • Lookup function and the outline features

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Date(s) February 13, February 20, February 27 and March 5, 2020
Time 3:00 pm – 5:30 pm
Location Hartford Union High School, Library Media Center (LMC) 805 Cedar St, Hartford, WI. 53027
Cost $234

HADC  Microsoft Excel 2016 – Level 3

This workshop is for individuals looking to further their Microsoft Excel 2016 proficiency around tables and pivot charts, financial functions, macros, and workbook protection.

  • Working with tables—calculated columns, structured references, table features
  • Financial functions and what-if analysis – PMT, PV and NPER Functions
  • PivotTables and PivotCharts
  • Macros, workbook protection and inspecting workbooks for compatibility

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Date(s) March 12, March 19, March 26, and April 2
Time 3:30 pm – 5:30 pm
Location Hartford Union High School, Library Media Center (LMC) 805 Cedar St, Hartford, WI. 53027
Cost $234