SIGNAL PEAK — Central Arizona College’s Business Division management certificate qualifies for the Western Association of Food Chains National Retail Management credential. The WAFC recently announced that 3,000 graduates have received this credential, showing the commitment of the food industry to develop future leaders.
CAC’s management certificate features eight courses, totaling 24 credits. Most courses may be completed online or via interactive television at the Aravaipa, Maricopa, Signal Peak, San Tan and Superstition Mountain campuses. Certificate classes may then be applied to the Associate of Applied Science business degree.
“The CAC management certificate focuses on leadership skill functions that transcend into management positions across all major industries,” said Gayle Haro, professor of business. “By completing this certificate, students will increase their employability. In addition to being recognized by the grocery chain business, this certificate supports a general business management curriculum valuable to all careers and disciplines.”
Registration has begun for spring 2020. The 16-week semester will begin Jan 21. Admissions must be completed online and college orientation and Blackboard Learning System training sessions are available.