Louisiana's Community and Technical Colleges

Your success is our mission.

As a growing business or industry, innovative workforce training is crucial. Let us create relevant, timely programs and services that address your comprehensive needs.

Customized Business & Industry Training

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We work with you to design, implement and monitor training programs to meet your company’s specific needs.

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We design and conduct training programs according to your company’s desired time frame.

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COMPREHENSIVE

We establish all aspects of your customized corporate training to satisfy specific performance objectives.

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ANNUAL COMPLETERS NEEDED FOR “TIER ONE” JOBS REQUIRING COMMUNITY OR TECHNICAL EDUCATION

Computer Science Jobs

Finance and Accounting

Construction Crafts

Industrial Production

Electricians

Welding

Engineering Technology

Our Impact

Lake Charles LNG Partners with SOWELA Technical Community College to support Dual Enrollment Programs

Lake Charles LNG in partnership with SOWELA Technical Community College has provided a $250,000 grant to purchase equipment and introduce new classes required for industry-based qualifications in Process Technology and Industrial Instrumentation. This partnership...

Ternium

“The partnership between BPCC and Ternium creates an excellent opportunity for our company to hire a better class of employees as well as providing training for the group of employees we currently have. We have recently launched our new career path and are working closely with the instructors at BPCC to allow our employees to complete the necessary course of training and move forward in their careers here at Ternium.”

Marianne Welton

Director of Human Resources, Ternium

Entergy

Entergy is excited about what Delta is doing in our community. We really wanted to be a part of helping it to grow our workforce to attract business.

Todd Bordelon

Regional Manager, Entergy

Elder Outreach - Nursing & Rehabilitation - A Non-Profit Organization

To honor our senior residents and to meet the increasing demand for well-trained healthcare employees, we have established a scholarship under the name of many of our nursing facilities. Our goal is to provide assistance to students in financial need who exhibit strength of character, with a serving heart and strong desire to work in healthcare.

Jude Sittig

Regional Administrator, Elder Outreach

Dow

We are excited to be offering the Dow U.S. Apprenticeship Program in Louisiana and look forward to training these apprentices as they grow within Dow and gain real life experience. We could not do this without the great public-private partnership between Dow and LCTCS and the prioritization of an advanced manufacturing agenda which has the power to create jobs, value and growth within our communities to a degree that no other sector can.

Eduardo Do Val

Dow Louisiana Operations site director, Dow Chemical

Strategic Partners

MEPOL

LCTCS serves as the primary sponsor for the Manufacturing Extension Partnership of Louisiana (MEPOL). MEPOL provides consulting services to manufacturers across the state of Louisiana including innovation, process improvement, quality enhancement, and a host of other services. MEPOL, partnered with the workforce solutions units at each of our colleges, serves as a rich part of our portfolio to assist business and industry to enhance productivity and profitability.

Rebecca Scherff serves as MEPOL Technical Project Manager and can be reached at rebecca.scherff@mepol.org or via phone at 337-482-6767.

Louisiana Economic Development

LCTCS has a strategic partner in Louisiana Economic Development (LED)  and also provides administrative support for FastStart, an initiative which provides customized employee recruitment, screening, training development and training delivery for eligible, new or expanding companies — all at no cost.

Don Pierson serves as the Secretary of Louisiana Economic Development and can be reached at  or via phone at 225.342.5388

Louisiana Workforce Commission

LCTCS has partnered with the Workforce Commission since the system’s inception, to provide the training needed for Louisiana’s future job market. The LCTCS and Workforce Commission work hand in hand to develop Louisiana’s future workforce.

Ava Dejoie serves as the Executive Director of the workforce commission and can be reached at adejoie@lwc.la.gov  or via phone at 225.342.3111.

Louisiana Department of Education

LCTCS works closely with the Department of Education to make the transition from secondary education to postsecondary education as seamless as possible.

John White serves as the Louisiana State Superintendent of Education and can be reached at john.white@la.gov or via phone at 225-342-3602.

Associated Builders and Contractors

LCTCS has partnered with Associated Builders and Contractors for over a decade and utilizes this local resource to assist in training a highly-skilled and trained workforce.

Alvin M. Bargas serves as the President of the ABC Pelican Chapter and can be reached at abargas@abcpelican.com or via phone at (225) 938-1516

Strategic Resources

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