LSU Executive Education offers innovative non-degree, non-credit learning opportunities for almost every stage of a professional's career.
To compete in the world's knowledge-based economy, organizations must offer their employees increasing challenges, experiences, and unique growth opportunities.
Through collaboration between the university and the business community, LSU Executive Education offers creative learning experiences that are focused on the most pressing needs of the business community and its most important resource - people. Key topics include business acumen, leadership, self-development, teamwork, strategic planning, innovation, problem solving, conflict management, and communication.
Did you know?
LSU Executive Education is an approved training provider for Incumbent Worker Training Program (IWTP) and Small Business Employee Training (SBET) funded training. This means that eligible employers may utilize IWTP or SBET dollars to pay for all or a portion of the registration fees for LSU Executive Education programs. Through the Louisiana Department of Labor, the IWTP provides grant funding to eligible companies for customized employee training and the SBET program provides grant funding to eligible companies for standardized employee training.
To determine your company eligibility and to apply for a grant visit www.laworks.net
Please note that in order to utilize the grant funding for LSU Executive Education courses, when completing the grant application, you will need to include the specific LSU Executive Education courses that you would like to have your employees attend. LSU Executive Education is also available to serve as your primary training provider and grant administrator.
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions regarding IWTP or SBET.