Georgia Work Ready Program
Georgia Work Ready is transforming our state’s workforce into our number one competitive advantage. By ensuring Georgia workers have the best skills and training opportunities, we can guarantee businesses have the talent they need to succeed today and the resources they need to meet future challenges. Work Ready ensures that companies can more reliably match the right people with the right jobs. Work Ready is based on a skills assessment and certification for job seekers and a job profiling system for businesses. By identifying both the needs of business and the available skills of Georgia’s workforce, the state can more effectively generate the right talent for the right jobs.
- Quick Start; Quick Start has been singled out by Fortune, as well as Training, and Expansion Management magazines for its effectives in providing the most comprehensive and advanced training in the nation. Quick Start programs are custom-designed and the training is delivered through a network of technical colleges, satellite campuses, and associated university programs throughout the state. Businesses such as General Mills, Johnson & Johnson, and E*Trade have all used and recommend Quick Start training.
- Quick Start Training Services: Typical services include training consultation, instructional design, implementation, training and evaluation.
- Georgia’s Quick Start is facilitated by Chattahoochee Technical College (Largest Technical College in the state of Georgia) in one of three locations that serve Cherokee County. If your business is expanding, or interested in moving to Cherokee County, contact the Cherokee Office of Economic Development to find out how this free service can decrease your start-up cycle, lower your up-front training costs, and improve your overall business performance.