The Enterprise is committed to providing the finest workforce training in the state of Mississippi. Any training can take place with Holmes Community College, where workforce training is designed to provide contract training in a non-credit format for individuals and businesses. Courses are designed to meet specific training requirements of the company or the organization.
This training may be in one or more of the following areas:
- Training for workers on new equipment or processes
- Retraining for workers who must move to other positions within the firm
- Training for workers to advance to higher positions
- Training in the basic skill areas for employees to become more effective and efficient.
A variety of state, federal, and private funds are used to provide these cost-effective, efficient classes for individuals and businesses throughout the district. Learn more at Holmes Community College Workforce.
The State of Mississippi also offers robust workforce training, providing the resources you need to generate the skilled workers you require. Workforce funding and customizable training programs are available at a wide variety of universities, community colleges, Workforce Investment Network (WIN) Job Centers and through the Mississippi Development Authority, with programs focused on the advanced manufacturing, aerospace, agribusiness, automotive, energy, health care and shipbuilding industries.
The Enterprise is also very close to Mississippi State University, a nationally-recognized engineering school and research university. Also nearby are the University of Mississippi, Mississippi University for Women and Mississippi Valley State University – all within 90 miles of the Enterprise.
Also within close proximity are East Mississippi Community College Center for Manufacturing Technology Excellence in Mayhew and East Central Community College in Louisville.