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Training, Inc.’s mission is to equip people to become self-sufficient by providing them with marketable computer, business, and life management skills training. Since 1981, Training, Inc. Indianapolis has worked with more than 5,000 people to help them gain the skills necessary to get and keep good jobs. Graduates typically gain entry-level employment in administrative, customer service, or sales positions. While there are other job training programs which conduct computer skills training, Training, Inc. has three essential practices that set it apart from other programs: 1. Culture of Work, 2. Learning Organization, and 3. Collaborative Partnerships.
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