KeyBank Professional Development Center

Jefferson Street closure and parking detour routes

Jefferson Street will be closed through April/May 2015 due to construction which will require a detour for those choosing to park at the north end of campus.  To access Pinkerton and Convention Center lots, use Court C to access 17th St to Broadway.
 

Certified public management program at UW Tacoma
gains accreditation, graduates first class

Congratulations to seven KeyBank PDC students who successfully earned the nationally recognized Certified Public Manager® (CPM) credential through the recently accredited UW Tacoma program.  This year-long, 303-hour program includes 13 courses, completion of a Leadership Self Development project and a Capstone Project where participants work on an agency-related process improvement project.  The CPM program is the only program accredited in Washington State and part of a national consortium made up of over 37 states and territories offering this credential.  Read more about CPM...

Come work for us...

The KeyBank Professional Development Center (KeyBank PDC) has an outstanding opportunity for an OFFICE ASSISTANT 3. This position will provide office support to the KeyBank Professional Development Center, which offers continuing professional development opportunities to individuals and organizations through specialized courses, seminars, workshops, and contract services. Work hours are Monday – Thursday, 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m., 1 hour lunch, Fridays and quarter breaks, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., 1 hour lunch. Learn more...

The KeyBank Professional Development Center has an outstanding opportunity for a CONTINUING EDUCATION SPECIALIST. The Continuing Education Specialist develops or works with content experts to develop curriculum and monitors instruction for professional development and continuing education training/course materials and/or programs. This position reports to the Director and oversees the day-to-day operations of the Office of Continuing Studies/KeyBank Professional Development Center at UW Tacoma. Learn more...

 

Value Stream Mapping
Tukwila and Everett

Value Stream Mapping is a team-based process improvement technique used to evaluate and document current processes and design and generate a plan for a desired future state.  This in-depth course is designed for Lean Six Sigma coaches, managers and leaders seeking a more structured approach to transforming and improving processes in a wide range of businesses and organizations. More about this program...

Lean Six Sigma
Green Belt

Olympia, Tacoma,
Everett, Tukwila

Green Belts learn the comprehensive elements of Lean Six Sigma in order to assist staff in using the process and facilitate team efforts. They collect data, make initial interpretations and begin to formulate recommendations that are fed to Black Belts or the sponsoring managers. Green Belts typically facilitate 1-2 projects a year while maintaining their regular work duties. More about this program...

Lean Six Sigma
Black Belt

Olympia, Tacoma,
and Shoreline

Black Belts are experienced and well trained Lean Six Sigma professionals who provide project management, statistical analysis, financial analysis, meeting facilitation and project prioritization for the organization. The typical Black Belt leads several projects, coaches and mentors Green Belts and understands how to define a problem in order to quickly drive towards a solution. More about this program...