readySC™ Workforce Training

As an integral part of the SC Technical College System, readySC™ works together with the 16 technical colleges to prepare South Carolina’s workforce to meet the needs of your company.

Established in 1961, readySC™ is one of the oldest and most experienced workforce training programs in the United States. readySC™ is ready to bring this experience and expertise to work for your company.

  • We are ready to quickly and successfully start up your new facility.
  • We are ready to help you seamlessly expand your existing facility.
  • We are ready to discover the skills, knowledge and abilities needed at your facility.
  • We are ready to design new and innovative training solutions customized specifically for your needs.
  • We are ready to respond to your time frames and deadlines no matter how tight.
  • We are ready to deliver world-class training and project management.

readySC™ sums up perfectly our message to companies that are considering a relocation or expansion in South Carolina.

 

Apprenticeship Carolina

Apprenticeship Carolina™, a division of the SC Technical College System, works to ensure all employers in South Carolina have access to the information and technical assistance they need to create demand-driven registered apprenticeship programs. At no cost to the employer, apprenticeship consultants are available to guide companies through the registered apprenticeship development process from initial information to full recognition in the national Registered Apprenticeship System.

Apprenticeship Carolina Testimonials: 

News / Press

Inland Port bringing growth to Pee Dee

DILLON, S.C. – Inland Port Dillon is already paying off for the Pee Dee region. S.C. Sen. Kent Williams, whose district includes the inland port, said Friday afternoon that already two industrial businesses have moved to Marion County because of its proximity to the inland port near Dillon. “We’re very

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At Florence Chamber breakfast, leaders give update on health care

FLORENCE, S.C. – Three leaders in health care community spoke to an audience Friday morning at the Florence Center about the trends in area health services. The Greater Florence Chamber of Commerce’s annual Legislative Breakfast focused on health care instead of government this year. Kyle Baxter of McLeod Health, MUSC

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