Central Alabama Community College has a long and distinguished history of making dreams a reality for thousands of students. CACC offers a quality education that is affordable and close to home, but driven by a dynamic combination of strong academic and technical curriculums, championship athletics, cultural enrichment offerings, active scholastic and social organizations, leadership opportunities and community outreach.
The college's technical division offers Associate Degree and Certificate programs in many vocational fields. Examples of programs include: Computer Science, Drafting and Design, Electronics, General Business, Hazardous Materials, Nursing, Office Administrator, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration, Carpentry, Diesel Mechanics, Machine Shop Management and Supervision, and Welding.
AIDT's Total Workforce Delivery System has provided thousands of skilled, motivated employees to Alabama industries since 1971.
A quality workforce for Alabama industries requires a quick and complete response. AIDT provides on-the-spot training even before you have a place to provide on-the-job training.
Key to AIDT's response is a unique infrastructure allowing the total, upfront commitment of our resources to the success of your company. We offer comprehensive pre-employment selection and training, leadership development, on-the job training, maintenance assessments, and industrial safety assessments and training-all specific to your company's needs. AIDT's unique workforce selection and training processes have achieved the world's first ISO 9001:2000 certification for a state-funded workforce training program.
The Alabama Technology Network of the Alabama Community College System links two-year colleges, The University of Alabama System, Auburn University and the Economic Development Partnership of Alabama together to solve the needs of the state's existing manufacturing industry. This link allows Alabama manufacturers to "make things better in their business." As Alabama's Affiliate of the National Institute of Standards and Technology's Manufacturing Extension Partnership, our employees are able to provide services through a variety of training options and methods.
Whether it’s through Lean manufacturing training, quality services training, continual improvement methods, environmental health and safety training, industrial maintenance training, or one of the many other services we offer to Alabama manufacturers, our team of experts can meet local needs and provide innovative and cost-effective solutions. ATN’s sites are strategically located throughout the state to provide local points of contact in order to train Alabama manufacturers in need of assistance.
The Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind is the world's most comprehensive education, rehabilitation and employment system serving children and adults who are deaf, blind and multidisabled. With five campuses and nine regional centers throughout the state, AIDB has been investing in the lives of thousands of infants, toddlers, children, adults and seniors who are challenged by hearing and vision loss for 150 years.
The Alabama School for the Blind, founded in 1867, provides traditional and nontraditional programs and educational experiences for children ages 3-21 who are blind and vision impaired as residential or day students. ASB has won notable acclaim for its academic success and offers advanced academic, academic or occupational diplomas.