Advanced Technology Training Center grand opening at Cuyahoga Community College
CLEVELAND – Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C®) will host the grand opening celebration of the College’s Advanced Technology Training Center (ATTC) on Wednesday, Oct. 24, from 6-8:30 p.m. The event will showcase how Tri-C links education to the latest technology. The ATTC is at 3409 Woodland Ave. in Cleveland.
The 50,000-square-foot Advanced Technology Training Center offers the latest state-of-the-art technology and curriculum in: Robotics; Information Technology; Cisco Academy Support Center; Advanced Metals Joining and Nondestructive Testing; Construction Engineering Technology; Preconstruction and Alternative Energy; and more. The ATTC features high-bay labs, multi-purpose training areas and an energy-efficient and naturally lighted environment for learning. Groundbreaking took place in March 2011, and construction was completed in August 2012.
The ATTC, combined with the College’s Unified Technologies Center, is the largest technology training complex in Ohio. The ATTC provides students with education, hands-on training and employment preparation skills for well-paying jobs. Many of the programs offered take just 10-18 weeks to complete, providing employers with a constant feeder system of job-ready candidates for the in-demand high-tech industry.
Contact Susan Muha, executive vice president of the Workforce and Economic Development Division of Cuyahoga Community College, at 216-987-3110 for more information about programs at the Advanced Technology Training Center.