Customized Training

Customized Training

Partnering with Corporate Services gives your organization an instant connection to the world-class academic and professional resources of Del Mar College. We can assist you with a vast array of training programs that can be customized to meet your needs – from enhancing workplace competencies to leveraging business tools, safety and industry-specific programs. Our Return on Investment (ROI) focused approach enables the College to provide customized training solutions for today's competitive business environment. Give us a call to learn more about how Corporate Services can work with your organization to provide the most effective, cost-efficient professional education in a variety of formats, including face-to-face, on-site, and online.

  • Workplace Competencies

    Workplace competencies are required skills, attributes or behaviors that enable today's workforce to perform effectively on the job. The course curriculum is designed to provide the labor force with a solid foundation in developing critical professional skills. 

    diversity & inclusion

    Identifies the aspects of diversity, distinguishes between bias, stereotyping, and discrimination. Describes how individual differences impact performance and organizational outcomes. Provides an outline of techniques to improve interaction and organizational effectiveness. 

    emotional intelligence

    Provides the participants with skills, knowledge and strategies to understand and manage emotions, to communicate effectively, empathize with others, overcome challenges and diffuse conflict.

    MANAGING & driving CHANGE

    Provides knowledge, skills, and tools that enable a leader/organization to implement changes more smoothly and to have those changes better accepted. How to use strategies for aligning people with a change, appealing to emotions and facts, and describing the importance of resiliency and flexibility in the context of change.


    Provides an overview of the entire project management process, as well as key project management tools that can be used every day, such as working with project planning documents, needs assessments, risk management and communication plans that will provide benefits throughout the organization. 

    supervisory SKILLS

    Provides concepts and skills of leadership in the work setting. Introduces leadership, motivational theories, and leadership styles. Includes evaluation of leadership performance and demonstration of communication strategies.

    Teamwork & trust

    An examination of group dynamics, trust and collaboration, and the role in building positive and productive work groups. Discussion of team stress and distress, ways of working effectively as a team, and methods for incorporating team building strategies in staff meetings, professional development activities, and one-on-one counseling. 

  • Business Tools

    Business tools help increase workplace productivity and efficiency. The course curriculum is designed to provide the workforce with the core business skillset required to function in today's competitive workplace environment. 


    Provides instruction in the concepts, procedures, and application of electronic spreadsheets at the introduction, intermediate, and advanced levels, using both basic and complex arithmetic operations and functions. 


    Provides instruction in the concepts, procedures, and application of electronic databases at the introduction, intermediate, and advanced levels.


    Provides instruction in plan development, task resource assignment, progress tracking, budget management and workload analysis at the introduction, intermediate, and advanced levels. 

    MS visio

    Provides instruction of the diagramming and vector graphics application at the introduction, intermediate, and advanced levels.


    Provides instruction for utilizing the business productivity server bringing information management and access, collaboration, and processes into various environments. 


    Provides instruction in identifying procedures to complete a computerized accounting cycle; record journal entries; perform adjusting and closing procedures, and display and print reports and financial statements.


    Provides an overview of Computer-aided Design (CAD) equipment selection and interface; software selection and installation; creating, editing and plotting of line drawings for architectural, electrical, circuit, mechanical, or interior design; how to create/modify graphic elements, store and retrieve predefined components; and add text and dimensions to drawings, as well as creating and managing symbols and attributes, and dimensioned drawings. 


    Lean Six Sigma credentials for Yellow Belt, Green Belt and Black Belt Certifications. These certifications meet or exceed all recognized standards. Training provided in partnership with Solomon EOS ™

  • Emergency Response

  • Safety

    These safety programs provide the opportunity for industry customers to develop a better-trained and safety-centric workforce. The course curriculum is designed to improve operations for the company and create a safer work environment.


    Provides a study of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations pertinent to general industry.


    Provides a study of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations pertinent to the construction industry.


    This 70-hour National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) core course, Introductory to Craft Skills, includes the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) 10-hour General Industry Training course, with the total program serving as a pre-requisite for all NCCER craft credentials.


    Provides basic firefighting skills required for industrial fire brigade personnel, utilizing basic fire suppression and safety equipment, demonstrating fire suppression techniques and rescue procedures, and identifying procedures for emergency evacuations in the industrial setting.


    Provides an overview of the incident command management system and responsibilities. Provides an understanding of command and general staff function and describes the management system components, functions, and procedures which includes working and communicating within the incident management system.


    Provides technical instruction in the storage and handling of hazardous materials, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations, notification procedures associated with emergency response plans, labeling, manifesting, placarding, spill containment, and proper use of personal protective equipment and instrumentation. Meets federal regulations and minimum certification requirements of a hazardous material emergency response technician, hazardous materials specialist, or on‐site incident commander as found in the Code of Federal Regulations: 29CFR‐1910.120.


    Information and training for forklift operators including forklift safety measures, forklift design, controls and instrumentation, comprehensive pre‐use inspection, and forklift stability and factors affecting stability. Demonstration of safe operations of forklift including operating requirements, use of controls, steering and drive mechanism, lifting techniques, and safety measures and hands‐on training and demonstration of proficiency.


    Provides orientation and hands on training for the safe operation of the mechanical lift, as well as description of the procedures used to safely perform mechanical lift tasks.


    Provides instruction on the safe use of rescue equipment and the safety of personnel during any technical rescue encountered. Combination of didactic and hands‐on learning opportunities.


    Provides instruction on the safe use of rescue equipment and the safety of personnel during the shoring up the sides of a trench, and digging a trapped worker out of a collapsed ditch. Combination of didactic and hands‐on learning opportunities.


    Provides instruction in First Aid , cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and automatic external defibrillation (AED) training to help manage sudden illnesses and injuries in the first few minutes until medical professional help arrives on location. Discusses and demonstrates management of injured and/or ill persons as recommended by the certifying agency.

  • Trades

    Skilled trades play an important role in the success of an industrial operation. The following trades are specific to the skills in-demand throughout the region.

  • Excavator/Backhoe Operator Training

  • Forklift Operator Training

  • Maritime Training

  • NCCER Core Training

  • Scaffold Builders Training

Page last updated March 31, 2022.

Contact Information

Corporate Services
101 Baldwin Blvd.
Corpus Christi, TX 78404
(361) 883-WORK

3209 S. Staples St.
Corpus Christi, TX 78411

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