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So everyone is moving to online classes. How’s that going for you?

There are many challenges involved with implementing a new system…but you probably already knew that.
You’re probably experiencing some of that right about now. Odds are, these questions have crossed your mind:

1. How do I train my staff virtually?

2. How do I make sure my students have the resources they need?

3. How do I know what I’m investing in is worth the price tag?

4. Who can I trust to make sure my questions are answered?

These questions are stifling enough to make anyone shake in their boots, but not for us. We’re here to give you the tools to make sure that¬†you come out as the hero at the end of the day!

 

How WorkReady Mobile can help

We’re not going out on a limb here. (see above)

To steal the State Farm slogan “We know a thing or two, because we’ve seen a thing or two.” Sure, Shelter in Place orders shook a few things up in terms of our day to day, but that in no way impacts our experience, performance, and commitment to your organization and your promise to your students and staff.           

  1. Our Client Support team has virtual training down to a science! After lots of continuous feedback from our wonderful clients, we’ve developed high level training materials and provide our clients with practically an open calendar to list a time when they need initial or continuing training. 
  2. . We work diligently with our clients, not only Organization Administrators, but Programs Directors, Student Navigators, Teachers, to provide the customization needed to make sure that students have access to required resources.
  3.  With any type of implementation, there is risk. That being said, as far as WRM is concerned, you need look no further than our client testimonials to speak on our behalf. (See Below)
  4. Not to pat ourselves on the back, (*pat pat) but WorkReady Mobile is exceptionally proud that we not only talk the talk, but we walk the walk. Our company is comprised of Adult Learners, individuals with experience in handling public crisis response. We’d like to say that we’re “by the people, and for the people,” (hmm, that sounds familiar) because we are! Our founding partner was Dallas County Community College District (DCCCD), when there’s a problem that needs solving, we go to the experts for insight.