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Workforce Training

All of the county and city schools in Marshall County participate in Alabama’s Career Tech Prep program. This program gives high school students who are not in special education or bound for four-year colleges the opportunity to earn college credits and learn skills for a technical career. The Tech Program is a partnership between the high schools and local colleges.

Alabama Industrial Development Training (AIDT)

The AIDT program provides a variety of workforce training and labor force programs for industries located within the state. For new and expanding industries, AIDT provides workforce recruitment, screening, and training assistance. AIDT is one of the top-ranked industrial development training programs in the United States.

North Alabama Skills Center (NASC)

The NASC is available for those companies interested in hiring employees using the Job Training Partnership Act. Companies participating in the program benefit from savings on workforce recruitment costs.

Services include:

  • Employee Assessments
  • Case Managers
  • Support Services
  • Career Counseling
  • Literacy Training
  • Skills Training

Marshall County Technical School

The Marshall County Technical School provides skills training in technical careers for high school students.

Programs of study include:

  • Child Care
  • Hair Care
  • Drafting
  • Computer Training
  • Electronics
  • Industrial Maintenance
  • Masonry
  • Machine Shop
  • Carpentry
  • Welding
  • Mechanic / Auto Body
  • Adult Education

Tech Prep

All of the county and city schools in Marshall County participate in Alabama’s Career Tech Prep program. This program gives high school students who are not in special education or bound for four-year colleges the opportunity to earn college credits and learn skills for a technical career. The Tech Program is a partnership between the high schools and local colleges.

Snead State Community College

Snead State Community College offers two-year academic and technical degree programs, as well as certification programs. Additionally, the college offers industry-specific training, as needed. Visit the Snead State Community College website for more information.

The Bevill Center Advanced Manufacturing Technology

Located on the campus of Gadsden State Community College in nearby Gadsden, Alabama, the Bevill Manufacturing Technology Center is part of the Alabama Technology Network. The center offers workforce training programs that can be customized for specific industries. Visit the Gadsden State Community College website for more information.

Programs have included:

  • Blueprint Reading (Mechanical and Electrical)
  • Computer-Aided Design
  • Computer Training
  • Continuous Quality Improvement
  • Engineering (Drafting)
  • Hazardous Materials
  • Heavy Equipment Repair (Diesel)
  • Industrial Maintenance
  • Machine Tool Technology (CNC) Management Training
  • Meeting OSHA Regulations
  • Robotics
  • Supervisor Training

Alabama Aviation College (Albertville Campus)

The AAC, located at the Albertville Regional Airport, is a fully compliant FAA Part 147 Airframe Certification school. Students can complete the Airframe component of A&P Certification. The AAC is part of a larger network of campuses across Alabama administered by the Alabama Department of Postsecondary Education. Many non-aviation related companies have found that the skills taught at the AAC are applicable across a broad variety of industries.

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Marshall County Economic Development Council
2208 Ringold Street, Suite    1-A   |   Guntersville,    AL    35976   |   256-582-5100   |   info@marshallteam.org