Diesel Equipment Technology
Electrical Lineworker Technology
Electrical Power & Controls Technology
Industrial Maintenance Technology
Precision Machining Technology
Top industries and programs at the Fort Bend County Campus include Engineering and Manufacturing, Transportation, and Construction and Maintenance, making it an ideal institution for workforce training.
As TSTC's fastest growing campus, the Fort Bend County Campus has a variety of amenities available to its students including their Learning Resource Center and computer labs, and there is still more to come.
Wharton County Junior College has a long history of providing high quality post-secondary education and workforce training in Fort Bend County starting in 1983.
Training grants are offered through the Continuing Education Department in partnership with the Texas Workforce Commission. Training opportunities exist for large, medium, and small businesses. Customized workforce training is available and is tailored to the needs of the employer.
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Houston Community College's Advanced Manufacturing Center of Excellence focuses on providing training in high growth and high demand occupations.
Houston Community College maintains existing partnerships with the Manufacturing Skills Standard Council and the National Institute of Metalworking Skills to provide incumbent worker training and specialized workforce training to local employers.
The University of Houston - Sugar Land Campus, located just a short drive from Richmond, is a Tier 1 University Institute. The 270 acre campus offers undergraduate, graduate, and professional certification opportunities.