The Tarrant SBDC offers seminars designed to give you the tools, techniques and knowledge to be successful in today’s business environment – everything from the basics of how to start a business, to bidding on government contracts, and managing cash flow. Not all classes are offered monthly, and some are offered via webinar.
To register for an instructor-led seminar, find your course on the calendar below and follow the link to the registration portal. Participants will receive CEU credit through Tarrant County College for their attendance. Course descriptions are available below.
For your convenience, our training seminars are available at locations in Fort Worth and North Richland Hills. When registering for an event, be sure to confirm the host venue and make appropriate travel arrangements.
Tarrant SBDC / James E. Guinn Complex
1150 South Freeway, Suite 229
Fort Worth, TX 76104
North Richland Hills Library
9015 Grand Avenue
North Richland Hills, TX 76180
Start your Business – 2 Hours, 1 Session – Free!
Thinking about starting a business? Need the basics or learn where to go to for help? This workshop introduces the basics of how to start a business. If you want to turn your idea into a business, this seminar is critical:
Government Contracting Orientation – 2 Hours, 1 Session – Free!
Want to conduct business with local and federal governments and learn how to do business with taxing entities, such as D/FW Airport, The “T”, state universities and others? Explore the Government Bid Processes, determine the right point of entry and learn the benefits of minority certification. This seminar is taught by the SBDC Center for Government Contracting.
Legal Forum – 1 Hour Conference Call – Free!
This interactive, open forum lets you speak with a local Attorney via conference call. Ask questions and get answers as a participant discussing the legalities of business in Tarrant County and the State of Texas. *Information provided not to be construed as specific legal advice to those who attend, but general information only.
Taught by Tisha Dodge, Dodge Legal Group, PC.