Through a grant from the Economic Development Administration (EDA), Madison College was named a partner in providing mobile technical training opportunities to restore the economic health of the region. The college will provide training both on-campus and on-site in the community in the areas of advanced manufacturing and automotive technology.
To stay competitive today, a skilled workforce is essential. Your employees need to upgrade their skills, but finding time and money for training can be difficult. We bring advanced manufacturing training to a location convenient to you — and at little to no cost. We offer:
With 1.8 million hybrid vehicles on the road in the U.S., a workforce trained in hybrid repair and maintenance can give you the cutting edge over the competition. Yet, gaining access to top-notch training close to home can be a challenge.
We bring hybrid vehicle training to a location convenient to you — and at little to no cost. We offer:
For more information on EDA training opportunities, contact Schauna Rasmussen in the School of Applied Science, Engineering and Technology at (608) 243-4478 or email at EDATraining[at]madisoncollege [dot] edu.
This project is funded in part by a grant from the
U.S. Department of Commerce's Economic Development Administration.