Welcome to Northwest Kentucky Training Consortium

NKTC Mission is to create or coordinate cost-effective training, educational, and developmental opportunities that meet employer needs while attracting and supporting members.

NKTC Vision is to strengthen the skill level of the current and future Northwest Kentucky workforce.

Northwest Kentucky Training Consortium (NKTC) provides effective training at a nominal cost and holds training locally with minimal interruption to the work schedule. Local industries maintain a minimal investment through membership to gain access to valuable training for their employees.

NKTC is a membership based non- profit organization that was created to promote economic development success and workforce training. NKTC regularly promotes workshops and training sessions throughout the year.

“Education’s purpose is to replace an empty mind with an open one.”

-Malcom Forbes

  • Important Links

    As a member, the NKTC will help your company reap the benefits of shared knowledge and training opportunities.
    NKTC assists education, business, and industry with training needs necessary to strengthen the skill level of the current and future workforce.
    From DuPont Sustainable Solutions, now available for rent by NKTC members.
    We hold monthly dinners, guest speakers, and luncheons allowing fellow Kentucky businesses the opportunity to trade tips, tricks, and ideas.
  • Upcoming Courses

    This course offers to teach managers and supervisors how to deliver meaningful feedback and how to prepare and deliver an accurate performance evaluation. Click for more information on this course and others that we offer.
    Sept. 15th, 8a.m. - Noon
    Many times, managers are placed in situations where an awkward or difficult conversation must occur, ranging from having to discuss body odor issues, to poor work quality, to difficulties with dominant personalities. This course explores effective ways to have the "difficult" conversation without triggering an emotional reaction from the recipient, and how to remain in control of the conversation. Click for more information on these courses.
    Sept. 24th, 8 a.m. - Noon