To align with TTD’s Mission Statement: “to upgrade skills of incumbent workers,” as well as the ASCC’s Workforce, Economic, and Community Development Governance Policy Statement to provide current, relevant and applicable training in building occupational skills and technical capabilities of both traditional and non-traditional students and incumbent workers leading to a national certification and/or professional licensure, the Apprenticeship & Workforce Development (AWD) program was established under the auspices of the Trades & Technology Division to oversee, develop and implement the training program.
These training programs are short, flexible, convenient, and effective. The participant may be required to enroll in English and Math courses with the Adult Education Literacy and Extended Learning (AELEL) based on the required AELEL Placement Test. AELEL English and Math courses may be taken concurrently with the Apprenticeship & Workforce Development (AWD) training programs.
Courses are offered and not limited to the following occupational areas:
- Auto Body Technician
- AutoCAD (Draftsman)
- Automotive Technician
- Information Technology
- Secretarial and more
- Air Condition & Refrigeration Technician
- Construction Worker