There are many training and education opportunities for businesses and their employees. Locally, the Patricia A. Hannaford Career Center offers adult learning classes. The career center is located at the Middlebury Union High School campus at 73 Charles Ave., Middlebury. (802) 382-1012.
Other organizations that offer training and education sessions are listed below. Please check their websites for calendars of events.
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Provides no-cost, confidential business advising and low-cost training services to all small businesses and new ventures in Vermont.
Promotes job creation and retention by providing training for new, expanding, or relocating businesses. VTP offers customized training of new and existing employees in order to stay competitive and maintain high productivity. This may include on-the-job, cross-training, classroom, or skills upgrade.
VMEC’s primary Mission is “To Improve Manufacturing in Vermont and strengthen the global competitiveness of the state’s smaller manufacturers.” This is done through professional consulting, one-on-one coaching and public/onsite workshops to help Vermont’s approximately 2,000 small and medium sized manufacturers increase their productivity, modernize their manufacturing and business processes, adopt advanced technologies, reduce costs, improve their competitiveness, and grow.
Provides services that assist businesses, workers, and job seekers.
A public agency that offers free, flexible services to any Vermonter or employer dealing with a disability that affects employment. They partner with human service providers and employers across Vermont to help people with disabilities realize their full potential.
The Community College of Vermont (CCV) has a Middlebury location in Addison County. They offer various courses, workshops, customized training as well as cerification and credentialing programs.