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NWC News Desk

November training lineup includes Thursday classes on 3D printers, liabilities and motivating customers

Posted October 23, 2014
By NWC News Desk

POWELL, Wyoming — The Northwest College Center for Training and Development will offer three Thursday trainings in November on 3D printers, motivating customers, and business operations and liabilities.

The lineup begins Thursday, Nov. 6, with a “Business Organizations, Operations and Liabilities” class starting at 7 p.m. Taught by David Sauceda, the two-hour course reviews the most common types of business entities, their operation, and liabilities incurred in their operation, as well as personal liabilities that may affect businesses.

Sauceda will also present an overview of civil collection suits and bankruptcy procedures. The goal is to help participants understand different business organizations, how they function, and liability and bankruptcy issues for creditors and debtors. Cost is $20.

Powell High School student Rhett Pimentel and the Panther Robotics Team will present an overview of 3D printing at 6 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 13. They’ll have several 3D printers and projects on hand to help participants understand what 3D printers are and how they work, as well as some of the down-to-earth and extraordinary things they’re used for. The students will discuss what to look for in purchasing a 3D printer and the materials that can be used in printing. This program is offered free of charge.

Jaki Welch, director of marketing and business development for GeoGrain, will identify “What Motivates Customers to Buy” during a 90-minute presentation starting at 7:30 a.m., Thursday, Nov. 20.

She’ll explain how to get in the minds of people you want to do business with to understand what motivates them. Welch draws on two decades of experience in sales and marketing management, including her current position which serves clients like Bloomberg Financial, Bayer Crop Science and Farm Journal. The $15 cost for the class includes a continental breakfast.

All three November classes will be held at the NWC Center for Training and Development at 1397 Ford Drum Drive on NWC’s West Campus.

More details and registration options for these and other classes are available online or by calling 307-754-6062.