The Workforce Development Center’s (WDC) experts and resources ensure you and your organization meet OSHA, NFPA, EPA, DOT and other federal regulatory training requirements and standards. We also offer customized on-site and off-site training solutions for all your individual and organizational safety needs. Many programs can be directly applied to degree and advanced certifications.
Offering short-term credentials and certifications, customized training, and assessments, we train face-to-face either on our campus or at your site. We also provide a combination of online and hybrid (face-to-face and online) learning options.
Comprehensive, hands-on training for individuals who are HazMat Technicians, members of a facility emergency response team, and HazMat environmental cleanup General Site Workers.
Comprehensive, hands-on training for individuals who handle hazardous substances, members of a facility emergency response team, and HazMat environmental cleanup Occasional Site Workers.
Participants will learn the command and control skills needed to develop a facility Emergency Response Plan (ERP) and respond to and manage HazMat and non-HazMat incidents.
Hands-on and classroom training providing an OSHA-mandated annual review and update for all individuals handling hazardous substances, designated as HazMat emergency responders, and/or environmental cleanup General and Occasional site workers.
Comprehensive classroom and hands-on training for all persons working in and around OSHA permit-required confined spaces, to include providing immediate emergency rescue on-site.
Comprehensive classroom and hands-on training for all persons working in and around OSHA permit-required confined spaces, to include authorized entrants, attendants and entry supervisors.
Classroom training and hands-on practical exercises required annually by OSHA for all individuals designated to provide immediate emergency rescue from an OSHA-permitted confined space.
General industry workers and supervisors will learn important information about their rights, employer responsibilities, and how to identify, abate, avoid and prevent job-related safety hazards in the workplace. OSHA card provided at completion of this training.
Hands-on training for all HazMat emergency responders to properly use and interpret the information provided by their Air Monitoring Instruments (AMI).
Attendees will understand basic risk assessments for fall protection, including hazard recognition, suspension trauma, and fall protection control measures, and will have the requisite knowledge and skill to be declared as an authorized fall protection worker by their employer.
WDC offers a wide variety of Emergency Medicine Programs that help prepare students for a high demand career as an EMT and Paramedic.
Professional Development opportunities including Supervisory Management, Project Management, LEAN training, and more.