Colleton Career Skills Center
1085 Thunderbolt Drive
Walterboro, SC 29488
The Colleton Career Skills Center brings job seekers and job providers together. It is the headquarters for employment services beginning with unemployment claims and following through the entire scope of the job search and training for the next opportunity.
Lowcountry Workforce Development and SCWorks are on site to help deliver a variety of resources to provide a skilled workforce to Colleton County's business and industry. Included in those resources are incentive programs to help grow business along and workforce training programs.
Training is focused on the attainment of nationally recognized NCCER certifications for the purpose of filling local industry needs. Class offerings include welding, machine tool, CNC, industrial maintenance, and commercial driver's license certification. Instructors are skill professionals of Palmetto Training, Inc.
Other classes at the Colleton Career Skills Center include job search trining, resume writing, soft skills, and intensive one-on-one counseling.
The Colleton Career Skills Center is ready to serve individuals, business, and industry.
A division of the SC Technical College System
111 Executive Center Drive
Columbia SC , 29210
Phone: 803. 896-5340 or (803) 896-5331
As an integral part of the SC Technical College System, The Center for Accelerated Technology Training and its readySC™ program work together with the 16 Technical Colleges to prepare South Carolina's workforce to meet the needs of local industry.
readySC™’s mission is to promote the economic and workforce development of the state of South Carolina; provide customized training for new and expanding business and industry in the state, and to provide this training at little or no cost to qualifying companies.
Lowcountry Workforce Investment
634 Campground Road
P. O. Box 98
Yemassee, SC 29945-0098
phone: 843.726.5536, 843.726.5165
The Lowcountry Workforce Investment Area plans and delivers workforce services in the four county area of Beaufort, Colleton, Hampton and Jasper. Offering services in every county, the workforce development system serves both job seekers and local businesses. Focused on the goal of “creating a workforce system that grows the economy by providing skilled employees for new and future businesses”, the Lowcountry Workforce Investment Board continually strives to deliver relevant workforce services at the speed that business demands.
The Lowcountry Workforce Investment Area is a function of the Lowcountry Council of Governments.
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