Manhattan Area Technical College’s Workforce Development Department strives to provide high quality training to meet the needs of regional employers and employees.
We offer numerous opportunities for personal and professional development through continuing education courses, specialized training programs, and custom training.
Workforce Development and Customized Training
MATC has developed training programs designed to develop and maintain a high quality workforce in our region.
We can tailor any of our courses to meet the unique needs of your organization, or we can develop training specifically for your company. Contact Dawn Krause at 785-320-4558.
Custom Training can be arranged by the Workforce Development Center to meet your specific employee needs. This instruction can be closely targeted to your workplace needs using your specific applications. Depending on your employees' career development needs, instruction can be offered with certification or college credit. Courses can be offered on-site at your business or at Manhattan Area Technical College.
Wide range of training topics: Choose from among these popular training topics, or we'll develop training to meet your unique needs.
Grant programs are available through the Kansas Department of Commerce and Housing to help with training costs for qualifying companies. The Workforce Development Center will assist your company in securing training funds from different sources including the Kansas Industrial Retraining (KIR) and the Kansas Industrial Training (KIT) grants. Firms engaged in manufacturing, distribution, service, transportation, and tourism, are some of the basic industries that qualify. More information is available at www.kansascommerce.com.
MATC offers a variety of affordable, convenient, highly interactive online courses you can take entirely over the Internet. Check out the classes here.
Customized Welding training and certification is available to area companies at their site or using MATC facilities. Please inquire with Dawn Krause at 785-320-4558.