Auto sector faces up to talent recruitment problems

Panel talks image issues, developing own training options
Oct 15, 2015 2:00 PM

Brentwood continuing education biz being sold for $8M

Wisconsin nonprofit taking on 20-year-old health care professional development group
Aug 3, 2015 7:14 AM

Needham cuts HealthStream rating

Needham Securities analyst Scott Berg is suggesting investors take a breath on HealthStream after the company's second-quarter earnings report and conference call. He has downgraded the stock (Ticker: HSTM) to 'hold' from 'buy' and wants to see a clearer growth narrative for parts of the business.

While the company's 2Q call detailed a core business that remains strong, potential early ICD-10 customer loss, the continued lack of visibility of declining ICD-10 related revenues, and an underperforming Patient Experience segment give us less confidence that the company can drive meaningful upside to our current growth estimates.

Jul 22, 2015 11:52 AM

A net attractor of IT talent

Nashville Software School sees 20% growth, rise in health care hires
Jun 21, 2015 8:05 AM
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Columbia State adds workforce development director

Columbia State Community College has hired Terri Kinloch to be the new executive director of its Center for Workforce Development. Formerly with the University of Tennessee County Technical Assistance Service, she will coordinate the job training efforts in the Columbia State system.

“I want to strengthen Workforce Development so we can help corporations retool their employees,” Kinloch explained. “I hope to establish a larger presence throughout our service area, particularly in Williamson County where the greatest number of job openings often challenges employers to find workers to fill their needs.”

Jan 9, 2015 8:44 AM

Tech Council nabs workforce development grant

The Nashville Technology Council has been awarded an $850,000 state grant to team up with Nashville State Community College on post-secondary degree and certificate programs in the area. The Labor Education Alignment Program money will help the Tech Council team deliver more skilled IT professionals to the market. Also winning a LEAP grant was the North Tennessee Workforce Board, which includes Sumner and Williamson counties as well as nine others to the west of Nashville.

Dec 12, 2014 7:14 AM

Nissan helping state build manufacturing workforce training hub

Smyrna extension of Murfreesboro campus scheduled to open in two years
Dec 9, 2014 11:12 AM

State to hand out $10M for workforce education

Gov. Bill Haslam on Tuesday said the Tennessee Higher Education Commission is now taking applications from various groups looking to set up new workforce development programs in specific communities around the state. The Labor Education Alignment Program will hand out grants of up to $1 million each to ECD agencies, chambers of commerce, community colleges, school districts and/or companies that can show they are suffering from a shortage of skilled workers.

“Our goal with the Drive to 55 is to encourage more Tennesseans to obtain a certificate or degree beyond high school, so that they can ultimately get better jobs and create better lives,” Haslam said. “The LEAP competition will create partnerships between employers and higher education institutions that will be an important step in making this goal a reality.”

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Sep 17, 2014 7:14 AM

HealthStream names sales leader

Current SVP moving to business development
Jun 17, 2014 11:33 AM

Belmont University, health care IT group launch workforce accelerator

Health care, tech councils supporting 20-person program
Jun 10, 2014 6:50 AM