As an integral part of the SC Technical College System, The Center for Accelerated Technology Training and its readySC™ program work together with the 16 technical colleges to prepare South Carolina's workforce to meet the needs of your company.
Established in 1961, readySC™ is one of the oldest and most experienced workforce training programs in the United States. We are ready to bring this experience and expertise to work for your company.
- Quickly and successfully start up your new facility.
- Seamlessly expand your existing facility.
- Discover the skills, knowledge and abilities needed at your facility.
- Design new and innovatinve training solutions customized specifically for your needs.
- Respond to your time frames and deadlines no matter how tight.
- Deliver world-calss training and project management.
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A registered apprenticeship is an employer-sponsored flexible training program that cultivates highly skilled workers who meet the workforce demands of a competitive global economy.
Apprenticeship Carolina™ works to ensure all employers in South Carolina have access to the information and technical assistance they need to create demand-driven registered apprenticeship programs.
Apprenticeship consultants are available, at no charge to employers,
to guide companies through the registered apprenticeship development process from initial information to full recognition in the national Registered Apprenticeship System.
Registered apprenticeship provides employers with the unique opportunity to grow their own workforce.
Midlands Technical College provides on-site, custom designed corporate training and consulting programs. An on-site trainer will work with you to create a program that is specifically designed for your group. For your convenience, training is delivered any time or place you want it. Midlands Technical College will ensure the training or consulting provided for your organization produces the desired results.
The Midlands Workforce Development Board is the Workforce Investment Act Administrative (WIA) unit for Richland, Lexington and Fairfield Counties, South Carolina. Under the Act the MWDB is committed to building an integrated workforce development system for the area that effectively pools the resources of 14 diverse partner agencies and delivers optimal quality customer focused service. The Board will seek ways to build a comprehensive and seamless workforce development service delivery system. Partner agencies include local area school districts, county social service providers, the state vocational rehabilitative agency, the state Department of Employment and Workforce, local community action council, private non-profits. The services to be provided to both youth age’s 17 to 21 and adults ages 21 and over include job readiness and motivation, job search assistance, job placement and job retention services.