Industry Training

The North Carolina Community College system offers customized industrial training to new and existing companies. The 59-campus system is the third-largest community college system in the country and is nationally renowned for its training programs. Each of the eleven community college’s serving North Carolina’s Southeast maintains new and existing industry training programs. 

The following Community Colleges serve North Carolina’s Southeast:

  • Bladen Community College (BCC)
  • Brunswick Community College (BCC)
  • Cape Fear Community College (CFCC)
  • Fayetteville Technical Community College (FCC)
  • Montgomery Community College (MCC)
  • Richmond Community College (RCC)
  • Robeson Community College (RCC)
  • Sampson Community College (SCC)
  • Sandhills Community College (SCC)
  • Southeastern Community College (SECC)
  • South Piedmont Community College (SPCC)
  • Wayne Community College (WCC)

 Summary of Customized Industry Program

All training is customized to the company’s needs, and is structured by the company and community college to help the company in creating jobs, investing in new machinery and equipment, or streamlining processes for efficiency. It includes pre-employment assistance, qualified instruction and training, facilities and equipment, and supplies and customized materials. Actual instruction and training can be done through college personnel, through the company by offsetting the costs of instructor wages, through third party vendors, and through “Train-the-Trainer” programs that provide start-up training to newly hired North Carolinians.

 Other training features include:

  • Customized media development
  • Process manuals
  • Orientation and process DVDs and interactive learning solutions
  • Classroom, on-the-job, and lab training
  • Computer based interactive programs and 3-D simulation
  • Job profiling
  • Pre-employment assessments

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