Marketing, Management, Construction Contracting, Proposal Preparation & Internet Business Strategies
Small Businesses seeking federal contracts shouldn’t miss these on line training opportunities! Just like a class you’d attend in person, courses are taught by a live instructor on a scheduled day and time. Students will receive course materials in advance, participate in real time and interact directly with the instructor and their peers. You’ll become part of a virtual classroom where you can ask questions, seek guidance and participate in class discussions and small group exercises.
All workshops are two session workshops and you must attend both sessions to receive your certificate. Sessions begin at 11:00 a.m. and end at 2:00 p.m. (Please note previous workshops advertised are full at this time and only the Construction Contracting course remains open.)
Fed Contracting & Government Contract Management February 4th & 5th
Construction Contracting February 6th & 7th
Marketing & Capture Management February 19th & 20th
Financial Management for Government Contractors February 21st & 22nd
Internet Business Strategies & E-commerce February 25th & 26th
Proposal Preparation February 27th & 28th
The purpose of these workshops is to provide training to small businesses in Wyoming including firms in the developmental and transitional stages of the 8(a) Business Development Program. The ultimate goal of the training is to assist all small businesses but especially economically and socially disadvantaged firms. There is no fee to attend but registration is required! For more information on individual workshop content and to register:
This link will be the registration link through September 2013. Each month additional workshops will be added to this web page. Workshops are filling up quickly so check the website often as participation is limitted.
SBA and Wyoming Entrepreneur Procurement Technical Assistance Center are committed to helping small business owners manage and grow their businesses, gain access to federal contracting opportunities and remain competitive in the federal marketplace.