Corporate Training Classes

About Us

Forsyth Tech offers a wide range of highly effective classes and services that provide proven results in competency management, leadership, workforce development, performance management, and succession management. Our approach begins with understanding your business needs and carefully selecting the training solution that will have the greatest impact on the learning and behavior change of learners. We will work with you to provide the training you need when and where you need it. Some key things to know about our training programs and options available to you:

  • Training Modules can be fully tailored to meet your business needs.
  • Delivery is variable, from 4 hours to multi-day.
  • Courses can be delivered onsite at your place of business, or at one of Forsyth Tech’s many locations.
  • In addition to offering courses privately for your business needs, individuals can take classes offered openly to the public at Forsyth Tech. Select “Public Courses” below to see current class schedules:

Public Courses
Includes all Business & Industry Training with open registration for all individuals. Companies (paying for a minimum of 5 employees) may also register for public courses.


Corporate Training Topics include:


Change Management

Coaching and Performance Evaluation

Communication and Interaction Skills


Conflict Management

Customer Service

Diversity and Harassment

Effective Business Communication

Emotional Intelligence

Expert OJT


Human Resources

Leadership and Management

Meeting Management

Myers Briggs and DiSC


Organizational Development

Performance Management

Problem Solving/Decision Making

Project Management

Quality/Process Improvement/Six Sigma

Sales Effectiveness

Team Building

Technology Training

Time Management and Prioritization
















Who will deliver the training?

We have a talented team of Full and Part-time Forsyth Tech Business & Industry Trainers as well as a talented network of contractors that we utilize to staff training engagements. Learn more about Forsyth Tech’s Instructors at the end of this page.


How can I learn more?

For a free needs assessment or for more information about Corporate Training, contact Rob Hinshaw, 336.757.3707,


Emerging Leaders

Learn about our Emerging Leaders course here.


Meet Our Business & Industry Corporate Trainers


Jacinta White

Jacinta White

Jacinta White joined Forsyth Tech Community College as a corporate trainer in 2015 after serving as program director for Leadership Winston-Salem for several years. Having received her DDI, DiSC and Core Strengths certifications, Jacinta blends traditional and proven training methods with her natural facilitation skills.

A graduate in Speech Communications from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Jacinta began her career as a public relations professional. She parlayed those skills with her love for the nonprofit sector after receiving her Master of Public Administration in Nonprofit Management from Georgia State University and come to Forsyth Tech with more than 15 years of facilitation, professional public speaking, and program management experience.

Known for the warmth and confidence she exudes, if asked, Jacinta will share that what she enjoys most about being a trainer is engaging participants in meaningful and fun ways — which is how she believes people open up to the learning experience and to one another. “It’s about the connections that are made in the ‘classroom.’ Yes, we are teaching tactics and skills but we are teaching in the moment, and the classroom is the best place to mirror what it looks like to listen, to ask questions, to share, to respect differences. The classroom or training room is a safe place for us to exam ourselves, our perceptions, our goals and learn from each other,” Jacinta adds.

Jacinta is also a NC Arts Council Teaching Artist and a published poet. Outside of her work at Forsyth Tech, she leads “poetry for healing” workshops, publishing the international quarterly, Snapdragon: A Journal of Art & Healing; and volunteers as a board member for the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art (SECCA) and the Shugart Women’s Center.