Illinois SBDC eTraining for Small Businesses
Illinois Small Business Development Centers located throughout the state provide information, confidential business guidance, training, and other resources for startup and existing small businesses.
Is our eTraining right for you? Will it increase your knowledge and help your business grow? Watch this short presentation to select the eTraining that will work for you - Introduction to Small Business Spoken Here eTraining.
To Register for Small Business eTraining:
- Select your local Small Business Development Center.
- Review the available eTraining and select the course that meet your needs.
- Register and create an username and password.
- Payment is made through PayPal using a credit card or PayPal.
- Upon receipt of the payment, you will be enrolled inthe class.
- An eMail will be sent to you confirming your enrollment.
Step One: Select your Location. If you know your local Small Business Development Center, you can proceed to the Center's Page under the Location Tab to register for online small business eTraining. Or, you can use the link bellow to find your Small Business Development Center Location.
Click here to find the SBDC's in your area
Step Two: Review the Course that are currently available. eTraining Descriptions includes a list of the courses with a description, purpose, length, and deliverables. More detail is available on each e-Training page under the eTraining Tab. The eTraining Catalog presents a description of each class.
Step Three: Read and agree with the Online Training Policy.
Step Four: Proceed with registration. Our eTraining is currently in a Learning Management System (LMS) at http://www.excelleus.com/moodle/.
Questions can be directed to Instructor@SmallBusinessSpokenHere.com.
DECO resources are available at http://www.commerce.state.il.us/dceo/.
Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity
500 E Monroe, 5th Floor
Springfield, IL 62701-1643
The Illinois Small Business Development Center is partially funded by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) and the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity as a service to small businesses. Reasonable arrangements for persons with disabilities will be made.