Mid-State, Northcentral and Nicolet partner with UW-Stevens Point to create 1+2+1 Nursing Program
December 4, 2018
The university is partnering with Northcentral Technical College, Nicolet College and Mid-State Technical College have partnered with UW-Stevens Point to create the Northcentral Wisconsin 1+2+1 Nursing Program. The program allows students to receive both their associate's and bachelor's degrees in four years through one of the participating technical schools and at UWSP's campuses in Stevens Point, Marshfield and Wausau.
A new Veteran Military Center is now open at Western Technical College in La Crosse. The $820,000 facility will serve Western’s 1,000 military-connected students. "One space is going to house our staff and our student veterans that do our work study, will help us with like paperwork and processing benefits. Then the other space is a space that is set up just for the student veterans, and it's like a lounge, kind of similar to a USO feel," said WTC Veteran Services Manager Jackie Helgeson.
CVTC, UW-Eau Claire reach transfer agreement for accounting, business finance students
October 16, 2018
Students who earn an associate degree through Chippewa Valley Technical College’s accounting program will now be guaranteed admission to UW-Eau Claire’s accounting or business finance programs. The credit transfer will include all 61 credits from the CVTC accounting program courses and general education courses that are part of the associate degree.
FVTC breaks ground on new airport rescue firefighting training center
October 15, 2018
Earlier this year, Fox Valley Technical College received a $10.4 million federal grant to build a new center airport rescue firefighting (ARFF) training center. Last week, FVTC broke ground on the new building that will help firefighting students complete their FAA-required training. Oshkosh Corporation and Pierce Manufacturing are also helping with the project.
The American Culinary Federation has approved the Chippewa Valley Technical College Culinary Management program’s teaching kitchen as a practical test site for ACF certification programs. The ACF certification program is the most comprehensive certification program for culinarians, offering 16 certification levels. Culinarians achieve certification based on education, experience, and successful completion of written and practical exams.
WTCS, FVTC present Oshkosh Corporation with Futuremaker Partner award
October 3, 2018
The Wisconsin Technical College System Board and Fox Valley Technical College (FVTC) honored Oshkosh Corporation on Tuesday evening with a ‘Futuremaker Partner’ award. The partners not only collaborate to provide skills education for FVTC program students and experienced company employees, they are innovating to expand workforce participation in the region.
Gateway adds Motorcycle, Marine and Outdoor Power Products technical diploma program
September 4, 2018
In response to employer need, Gateway Technical College has added a Motorcycle, Marine and Outdoor Power Products technical diploma program at its Racine Campus. Students who began classes this fall could earn the diploma in two semesters and be out in their career by summer 2019.
The debut of the new culinary program has been much anticipated at Chippewa Valley Technical College and the community. Strong urging and support from the restaurant industry led to the CVTC board’s approval of the program in November 2016. Completing the two-year program leads to an associate degree, with certificates and diplomas earned at earlier stages.
The Northeast Wisconsin Technical College (NWTC) Learning and Innovation Center in partnership with Nicolet National Bank is offering a Supervision Pathway certificate this fall in northern Door County. The program is designed for people who wish to acquire and improve their skills in a leadership role. Students are able to take courses independently or combine them for the certificate.
Gateway Technical College has launched two new academic programs designed to meet the needs of the Foxconn Technology Group focusing on an advanced manufacturing strategy needed to develop products and enhance its operating processes. Gateway has begun enrolling students in the new programs, Advanced Manufacturing Technology and Supply Chain Management. Graduates of the curricula will earn an Associate of Applied Science degree.