Texas Workforce Commission Skills Development Fund: Aerospace Consortium II Program (SDF)
UPDATE 11/30/2011: The TWC SDF Aerospace Consortium II Grant has ended.
San Jacinto College received a $607,185 grant from the Texas Workforce Commission’s Skills Development Fund program to provide workforce training to a consortium of 14 aerospace contractor companies who support NASA-Johnson Space Center. Over the course of one year, this program will facilitate 59 classes in advanced topics such as Space System Verification & Validation, Cost Estimating, and Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing. Upon completion of the program, at least 615 trainees will have participated in one or more courses. The skill sets which industry employees will gain from this training opportunity will enable the Houston region’s aerospace industry to adapt and respond to changing demands and new needs as the American space program sets its sights on new goals.
The participating companies include:
- Barrios Technology, Ltd
- Booz Allen Hamilton
- Enterprise Advisory Services, Inc. (EASI)
- Futron Corporation
- GeoControl Systems, Inc.
- Hamilton Sundstrand
- Jacobs Technology
- Lockheed Martin
- Mathematical Research, Inc. dba MRI Technologies
- MEI Technologies, Inc.
- Oceaneering International – Space Systems Division
- United Space Alliance, LLC
- Wyle - Integrated Science and Engineering Group
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Professional Career Development
Leadership Training: Performance Management
Leadership Training: How to Be a Confident Delegator and Conflict Resolution
MS Excel - Intermediate
For information, please contact Michele Haugh, SDF Project Coordinator
by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or
by phone at 281-484-1900 x3725
“This grant is targeted for Skills Development of current employees of the fourteen Aerospace companies listed. Please contact your HR personnel to sign up.”