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Whether you want to update your skills or learn new ones, Workforce Development at Texas State Technical College (TSTC) can help. We offer customized training in an extensive variety of subjects. TSTC offers more than 70 degrees and certificates, any of which have topics that can be customized for the industrial setting.


The Process


Texas State Technical College (TSTC) Workforce Training & Continuing Education has designed the process of workforce training with simplicity in mind.  The process begins when you reach out to our department to discuss a training request.  You will first meet with one of our Business Relationship Managers (BRM’s) to discuss your training needs and then a Subject Matter Expert (SME) to further discuss specific subject matter training, location of training and measurable outcomes that will benefit your business without interfering with your company’s daily workflow.

Our BRM and SME will work with our instructors to develop a training program that will be reviewed by your company for approval. Once training has been approved, a price quote for training will be created and submitted to you for approval.

Training commences once a contract has been successfully signed with TSTC Workforce Training & Continuing Education.  Grant applications are processed and submitted at this point (if applicable).  Finally, the training is scheduled and performed, by one of our trainers or through one of our partner organizations. Once the training has been completed, exit meetings with TSTC Workforce Training & Continuing Education will be held to discuss the outcomes of your training.


Training Grants

 
We recognize that the costs of keeping your employees’ skills up-to-date can add up; however, it is important to provide training to improve the efficiency and productivity of your operations.  In an effort to assist our customers, Texas State Technical College partners with the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) to offer Texas businesses two different options in training grants.

Skills Development Fund (SDF) grants are available to businesses with over 100 employees to cover their company's training needs. Several companies in similar industries can apply together as a consortium with separate training budgets.

Skills for Small Business (SSB) grants are also available to smaller businesses that employ less than 100 full-time
employees, to cover their training needs as well.

We recognize that the costs of keeping your employees' skills up-to-date can add up; however, it is important to provide training to improve the efficiency and productivity of your operations. In an effort to assist our customers, Texas State Technical College partners with the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) to offer Texas businesses two different options in training grants.


Skills Development Fund (SDF) grants are available to businesses with over 100 employees to cover their company's training needs. Several companies in similar industries can apply together as a consortium with separate training budgets.


Skills for Small Business (SSB) grants are also available to smaller businesses that employ less than 100 full-time
employees, to cover their training needs as well.

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