PSI Soft Taining

The State of Texas’ Skills Development Fund (SDF) will pay for a wide variety of employee training aimed at building their skills. A partial list of training subjects is shown below. If you have questions about eligibility for reimbursement for specific training subjects, ask us.

Information Technology Training

Cloud Computing
Cloud Computing with Amazon Web Services
Microsoft Azure Administration
VMWare Administration

Cyber Security
Certified Ethical Hacking
Certified Information Systems Security Professional
Comptia Network+/Security+

Analytics and Big Data
SQL Server 2016 Business Intelligence
R Programming for Data Analytics
Big data analytics using Hadoop

IT Project Management
PMI – Project Management Professional Training
Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)
PMI – Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP)

Quality Management Training
ISO-9001
ISO-13485 Medical Devices
ISO-14001 Environmental Management
ISO-17799 IT/Security Techniques
ISO-22000 Food Safety
SQF 1000 & 2000
ISO-28000 Security Management
AS 9100 Aerospace
TS 16949 Automotive
NADCAP – Process Specific
Quality Management Training process
Continuous Improvement Methods
Corrective and Preventive action
Gap Assessment
Internal Auditor Training
Documentation
Quality Manual
Policies and Procedures
Work Instructions
Forms and Records
Employee Awareness Education
Risk and Safety Management

Business Skills and Leadership Development Training
Project Management
Customer Service
Leadership Development
Organization Goal Setting
Communication
Positive Culture Cultivation
Resolving Interpersonal Conflicts Successfully
Being an Effective Team Player
Writing More Effective e-Mails, Letters & Reports
Decision Making & Assuring the Success of Decisions
Helping Your Company Improve Cash Flow & Make a Profit

Continuous Improvement Training
In every company, whether it produces a service or a product, inefficiencies exist in the processes, which can impact productivity and profits. Through the use of a specific thinking process and easy to use tools, an organization can systematically drive out waste by analyzing the organization’s processes, identifying wasteful practices and areas of improvement, correcting or revising the flow to streamline the process and finally, controlling the process.

Typical subjects include:
Gap Assessment
Continuous Flow Manufacturing
Lean Management Cycle
Time Reduction
Process Mapping
Setup Reduction
Value Stream Analysis
Visual Factory Control
Five (5) S Program
Mistake Proofing
Total Productive Maintenance
Customer Pull Systems
Six Sigma Green Belt