How One Company Promotes Continuous Learning

“We feel that a well-trained workforce plays a significant role in enabling our business,” said Chuck Schneider, president and CEO of U.S. Security Associates (www.ussecurityassociates.com). “From protecting the people, property, and assets of our customers to management and leadership development, learning is an integral part of our company culture.”

“We are very proud of all our employees, especially for their dedication and commitment to continuous learning and improvement,” Schneider said. “The training programs we create reinforce our core values—Integrity, Safety, Quality, and Pride.”

In 2012, U.S. Security Associates Vice President of Human Resources Jon Dimalanta was recognized by Training with its Top Young Trainers award—recognizing training professionals aged 40 and under—for his critical role in the firm’s USA Training Academy. “Our award-winning training academy is a testament to his leadership and innovation in the areas of technology and continuous learning,” Schneider said at the time.

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 On its website, U.S. Security Associates describes USA Training Academy as “the cornerstone of our national training and development efforts. From our state of the art training studio we deliver all levels of training from our Security Officer Basic Training to Administrative and Management and Academy Programs.”

The firm also has embraced the importance of supporting learning and development outside of the company. For example, U.S. Security Associates employees recently served Junior Achievement of Georgia as classroom volunteers. Junior Achievement, the country’s largest organization focused on inspiring and empowering students to succeed, runs volunteer-delivered programs for children in kindergarten through 12th grade on such topics as business and entrepreneurship, personal financial literacy, and workforce readiness.

U.S. Security Associates employees shared business concepts with students and discussed their jobs. “We feel it is important to give back to the local communities we serve, and Junior Achievement’s philosophy is so closely aligned with ours that supporting it is really a natural fit for us,” said Schneider. “Junior Achievement believes that inspiring and preparing young people to succeed in a global economy will result in a skilled workforce that will allow the business community to flourish and grow.”

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