Purpose of the Professional Skills Series

  • At the center of Momentum Makers vision and strategy is the Professional
    Skills Series.
  • The Professional Skills Series consists of eight training modules that
    provide an employee or student with key soft skill training for personal and
    organizational success.

Creation of the Curriculum

    • Kevin & Carol Hinman founded a nonprofit training organization 25
      years ago. They created a highly successful curriculum to train
      nonprofit leaders. That curriculum was a 1 million dollar budgeted
    • In 2013, TowneBank, a 10 billion dollar bank headquartered in Suffolk,
      VA, offered to fund the additional research and development to create
      the Professional Skills Series.
    • The core of the curriculum was based on the previously developed
      nonprofit curriculum.
    • The project took one full year to complete.
    • TowneBank utilized the courses for professional development within their
      in-house department known as Towne University.

Curriculum Tested in the US and Overseas

    • The modules were taught and tested at TowneBank as well as Allegra
      Printing Company, and F.H. Gaskins Co. (an industrial valve company).
    • The modules were also taught and tested overseas with the Corinthian
      Group, a security firm with 1,000 employees in Quezon City, Philippines.
    • After a year of highly successful field testing, it was made available
      for the public.
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“We are excited to partner with Momentum Makers, as their training programs and materials are excellent. With a staff of more than 1,200, it was important to us to provide a professional program that teaches essential concepts and skills for leading successfully in today’s business world. To date, Momentum Makers has developed those courses for us, and we have received very positive feedback from our employees.”

Rose Holloman
Director of Training, TowneBank Corporate Headquarters
Roundtable Discussion Group at F.H. Gaskins Co