Careers, College & You
You’ve made the decision to go to college. You’ve applied and been accepted to the school of your choice. You’ve picked your major. You’ve even bought your school sweatshirt. Now what?
Unlike many training providers who utilize “canned” training materials, your technical college understands the needs that are most prevalent in your area and is prepared to deliver training that is customized to meet these needs.
The latest buzzword in manufacturing is Mechatronics. A widely accepted career in Europe since the nineties, Mechatronics has only recently been recognized as a new career opportunity in Upstate South Carolina.
Developing a comprehensive training plan may be a completely new concept at your company, or you may have one that you’ve been using for years that is no longer meeting the needs of your organization. Regardless of your situation, it is important to develop and maintain an effective training plan with your company’s goals in mind.
There are more than 3 million job openings in the U.S. right now. According to a recent study from the Manufacturing Institute, 600,000 of those jobs are in manufacturing alone. When you hear numbers like that in light of the economic trouble the country has been having for the last few years, it seems impossible.
If you love working with children and you’re looking for a job where you can make a difference, Piedmont Tech’s Early Care and Education program is an excellent way to get your career off to the right start. With a combination of classroom instruction and supervised hands-on experience, the program prepares students for direct entry into a variety of early care and education positions.