The workforce training programs are:
OSU CENTER FOR CORPORATE AND COMMUNITY EDUCATION: http://ccce.mansfield.ohio-state.edu
The Center for Corporate and Community Education is a full service workforce development organization located on The Ohio State University Mansfield campus. The Center recognizes and addresses skills gaps in employee and organizational abilities. The Center has the capacity to develop training and educational solutions and to implement those solutions and is committed to helping organizations improve their processes and exceed their goals by delivery of results driven employee training. No matter what an organization needs, the CCCE can design a training program that will increase productivity, efficiency and performance.
NCSC KEHOE CENTER: www.ncstatecollege.edu/academics/techwd/
North Central State College, which shares the campus of The Ohio State University, provides on-demand, customized training through their Workforce and Community Development Division. NCSC’s Kehoe Center is a regional training center located in Shelby, Ohio. The Center provides advanced manufacturing integrated skills training, including tool and die technology and computer numerical control (CNC) technology.
OTHER WORKFORCE TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES:
- The Pioneer Career and Technology Center in Shelby, www.pctc.k12.oh.us
- Madison Adult Education at Madison Comprehensive High School, www.madison-richland.k12.oh.us/adulted/
- Mansfield City Schools Adult and Community Education Career-Tech, www.tygerpride.com
- Richland County Job and Family Services, also oversees the One Stop Employment Center located just east of the square in Mansfield. www.richlandcountyoh.us/jafs.htm
For more information, please contact Tim Bowersock, Economic Development Director at: 419.755.9794 or E-mail him at: email@example.com