Training Your Workforce
You need the right people if your business is going to be a success. The Southeast Georgia Region has access to a huge pool of potential employees and has several training instutions (at all levels of education) to provide your business with a continual pipeline of qualified employees.
High School Level Technical Training
- Golden Isles College and Career Academy – is a public charter school in Glynn County that has 18 vocational programs (aka Career Pathways). The Career Academy is located directly across from the Brunswick-Golden Isles Airport and adjacent to the Coastal Pines Technical College’s Brunswick Campus. Graduates from the Golden Isles College Career Academy of a huge jump start on skills that are required in the workplace – including soft skills.
- Coastal Pines Technical College (CPTC) – Coastal Pines serves the six counties that make up the Southeast Georgia Region and have campuses conveniently located throughout. Coastal Pines is a key partner in economic development – in Georgia, technical colleges share curriculum with one another and they have the flexibility needed to adjust their curriculum to meet the ever changing demands of business and industry.
Colleges and Universities
The College of Coastal Georgia is a four year college offering degree in a variety of subjects, including business, education, and healthcare. The College of Coastal Georgia has an extremely unique program that is of interest to business and industry. The degree program can accept technical training, or Associate’s Degrees, in place of the first two year’s of a Bachelor’s Degree. The program is designed to take your best employees and give them the skills and knowledge to take their career to the next level and lead your company forward.
Georgia Southern is definitely leading the way in advanced manufacturing. ‘Southern’ is one of the few schools in the entire U.S. to have an advanced level degree in Mechatronics. In addition to Mechatronics, Southern has several advanced level degrees and certification programs in commercial and industrial engineering. Check out Southern’s Industrial Engineering Programs >>