Business Education & Training Analysis (BETA) news
ProFM Credential for Facilities Management
BETA Set to Offer ProFM Facility Management Credential Program
Butler Offers New Learning Format for Certificates in Supply Chain, Production, Inventory
Butler's partnership with Wichita APICS chapter continues to thrive
Butler Partners with Local Plumbers & Pipefitters Union
Students receive their associate degree and journeyman card for the first time during the partnership.
Butler Community College Celebrates Hometown Manufacturers
Local high school students learn the benefits of becoming manufacturers at event sponsored by Butler.
Butler Announces Advance Kansas Class IX Participants
The ninth Advance Kansas class kicked off January 27 at Butler Community College with 38 business and community leaders from across the region.
OSHA Training Now Available at Butler Community College
Butler Community College is now offering OSHA training. Classes will be held daily through Butler’s BETA corporate training department located in Andover. Butler was recently approved as one of seven.
Butler's BETA hits top 25 for Ed2Go online trainers
Ed2Go, an online professional development content provider, recently named the top 25 entities providing Ed2Go training for the Ed2Go session starting Dec. 9, 2015.
National Manufacturing Day event to showcase Butler of Andover technology, CTE Division
October 2 is National Manufacturing Day. As a participant, Butler Community College is hosting a free Career and Technical Education (CTE) Day at its Andover location on 715 E. 13th Street.
TSA, Butler Expand Partnership
TSA, Butler Community College Expand Collaboration via Online Learning
Butler’s BETA Expands online training options with CampusCE
The cloud-based software Campus Continuing Education (CampusCE) works with several content providers to offer a vast amount of online training and certificate resources.
Fast Track Welding Program Partners with XLT Ovens
Butler Community College’s Business Education & Training Analysis (BETA) Division recently partnered with XLT Ovens, a Wichita Company, to meet the workforce demand for welders.