Employers are seeking a skilled workforce and it is important to recognize that not all industries require applicants with four-five years of university education. A growing number of professions offer career opportunities to candidates with two or less years of education and training.
Workforce training or career programs are designed to provide specific career education that positions you for success in the workplace. Research indicates that many of these careers will experience tremendous growth in coming years, and that they offer the benefits of good salary and a good quality of life. Additionally, many of these programs can save you time and money by preparing you in a shorter amount of time to get a job and begin your career.
Industries are ever-changing and employers are interested in individuals with relevant training and high-level skill abilities. Career seekers will find that positions available in many of these industries meet quality of life interests as well as high growth and wage opportunities.
Learn more about Barton's Career Programs by browsing through the categories to the left, or contact the Workforce Training and Community Education division for more information!
February is Career & Technical Education Month. Barton is celebrating this month with special recognition of our CTE student success stories. Don't miss our Career Fair on March 1st to learn more about all the opportunities available.