Customized Corporate Training
Partnering With You for Success!
These services are designed for our valued local business partners and entrepreneurs looking to develop and upgrade the skills of their workforce. Our department delivers quality customer-focused consulting, training and economic development services to individuals, business, entrepreneurs and government agencies to name a few.
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Free Training Opportunities
Through a partnership with Texas Workforce Commission (TWC), Alvin Community College is able to work with both small and large businesses to develop and provide the training they need to stay competitive in today’s economy.
Skills for Small Business
Through the TWC Skills for Small Business Program, up to $2 million funds are dedicated to the backbone of the Texas business community – our small employers. ACC works with you and your company in alignment with TWC to obtain these funds and provide you with the training you want and need.
This exceptional opportunity supports business with fewer than 100 employees, and emphasizes training for full time new workers, though it also helps upgrade the skills of current workers.
For more detailed information please visit the TWC skills for small business web page.
Skills Development Fund
ACC partners with TWC to provide our local large business partners (with 100 or more employees) with access to The Skills Development Fund. The Skills Development Fund is Texas’ premier job training program providing local customized training opportunities for Texas businesses and workers to increase the skill levels and wages of the Texas workforce.
This funding is awarded on a competitive basis and typically has no cost to employers. In order to receive this grant, employers must identify full time employees that will go through the training, provide them with benefits, pay wages while attending training and provide at least a 1% pay increase to all employees that complete a grant-funded course.
For more detailed information please visit the TWC Skills Development Fund web page.