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You need workers with the right skills, right now. We’re ready to help, with affordable and customizable training.
And there’s grant money available to subsidize your training costs through our Maine Quality Centers program.
Our short-term training is one of the many ways we deliver on our commitment to partner with employers to continuously develop a robust, skilled and diverse workforce in Maine.
We can design and deliver job training targeted for industry-recognized certifications, and have classes offered at flexible times. We can deliver classes at your work site or take advantage of our modern equipment and facilities on campus. We also offer classes online or at other convenient locations.
Maine’s community colleges are the smart choice to reinvigorate your workforce. Hear what other employers are saying about these ongoing low- or no-cost training programs.
For more information contact Workforce Training Executive Director Dan Belyea.
Or reach out directly to a community college near you to speak to a workforce training specialist.
Serving businesses in Androscoggin, Franklin, Lincoln, and Oxford Counties
Dean of Workforce & Professional Development
Serving businesses in Hancock, Penobscot, Piscataquis, and Waldo Counties
Director of Business Services
Serving businesses in Kennebec, Knox, and Somerset Counties
Dean of Workforce Training & Development
Serving businesses located in Aroostook County
Assistant Dean of Continuing Education
Serving businesses in Cumberland and Sagadahoc counties
Business Relations Manager
Serving businesses in Washington County
Dean of Business and Industry
Serving businesses in York County
Dean of Workforce Development and Community Education
|For Maine Quality Centers or information on training partnerships, contact:||Dan Belyea
Executive Director of Workforce Training
Maine Quality Centers
323 State Street
Augusta, ME 04330