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Tallahassee Community College (TCC) is committed to supporting and growing our economy! The College provides a number of services to assist existing, expanding and new business start-ups.
- Skills Training
TCC currently offers both short-term and long-term skills training in the following areas:
- Information Technology
With TCC's Information Technology program, managers and professionals can choose the learning track most appropriate for their needs
TCC offers a wide array of construction and skilled trades classes, including HVAC, Welding, Alternative Energy, Masonry, and Safety courses
- Florida Green Academy (Green Technologies)
The Florida Green Academy (FGA) is dedicated to existing and emerging "green" occupations and industries,
TCC's Advanced Manufacturing Training Center (AMTC) provides industry with a one stop center focusing on customized manufacturing training,
- Soft Skills Training
TCC's Professional Development Program meets the needs of the business professional.
Corporate Solutions' training program is dedicated to providing superior, customized training designed to help your employees perform at optimum levels.
- Incumbent Worker Training (IWT) Grants
The Incumbent Worker Training (IWT) grants provide funding for training to existing for-profit businesses.
- FlexFlorida Training Grants
FlexFlorida grants, administered by CareerSource Florida, provide funding for customized training to new or expanding businesses.
The Internship Program’s mission is to provide TCC students of all disciplines with tangible work experience that complements the classroom, creating better prepared candidates for the workplace
This is more than just some “catchy” slogan. Tallahassee Community College (TCC) is committed to providing you with “just-in-time information and training!” Our goal is to identify the hottest occupations in the state of Florida and the Big Bend region so that you can make the best decision about your career choice and future!
Corporate Solutions employs human performance improvement in our organizational analysis. Human performance improvement is a systemic approach to improving performance using performance analysis, cause analysis, and intervention selection to improve both productivity and competencies of employees. Human performance technologists take on consulting roles and help their clients identify barriers that hamper performance, select interventions to remove those barriers, and create measurable goals in determining the success of the desired performance. It is a systemic, results based approach towards improving the performance or work results of people.
Are you having trouble finding employees who are a good match for your organization? Do you wish you had more employees just like your best employee(s)? We can make that search easier.
The Capitol Center offers business suites, meeting rooms, exhibit space and classrooms are sure to meet the needs of any organization, and all directly across the street from the Florida Capitol.
The Career Center’s online job board and web based recruiting system.
Corporate Solutions provides confidential and accurate employee and customer satisfaction surveys (ECSS). Our process allows employees or customers to feel comfortable in responding openly and honestly to give you the most accurate and actionable information possible.
Other Small Business Resources
FAMU Small Business Development Center (SBC)
Starting a business can be a daunting task and requires preparation and planning. The SBDC at Florida A&M University has the resources to make sure you are on the right track.
In Florida, we know that businesses create jobs, invest in the community and generate economic growth.
Jim Moran Institute
The mission of The Jim Moran Institute is to cultivate, train and inspire entrepreneurial leaders through world-class education, leading-edge research and applied training, consulting and mentorship, and public recognition.
TCC Spark offers multiple resources to assist entrepreneur.s
US Small Business Administration
Since its founding on July 30, 1953, the U.S. Small Business Administration has delivered millions of loans, loan guarantees, contracts, counseling sessions and other forms of assistance to small