Employers have long recognized that the development of workplace skills is essential for creating and maintaining a competitive advantage. As the pace of change continues to increase, jobs will become increasingly more complex and specialized, making training and retraining even more important.
The Regional Technology Center (RTC) is a venue for technology-driven programs and services that prepare students to enter the workplace in a number of high-demand, high-wage careers or to continue their education. The RTC is also a place for companies to seek future employees or develop specialized education and training programs that meet their specific needs.
The RTC offers traditional college credit programs as well as customized education and training services that are relevant, rigorous and focused on today’s skills.
The RTC also houses the Regional Technology Initiatives (RTI) department which focuses on new and emerging technology, regional economic development and regional, state and national partnerships that focus on program improvement and workforce talent development.
This state-of-the-art facility houses the following departments and services:
Mott's RTC facility offers the most advanced and cost-effective training technologies.
The center is designed to provide a quality-learning environment with flexibility
to allow for self-paced learning.
Maps & Regional Technology Initiatives
MCC's FABLAB is modeled after - and connected to - an initiative launched by MIT to promote innovation