Training the workforce enrolls in Missouri City, StaffordTraining the workforce enrolls in Missouri City, Staffordhttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=42812014-05-05T08:35:00Z2014-05-05T00:00:00Z

MISSOURI CITY, STAFFORD - Having access to the necessary training and obtaining skills to compete in today's ever-changing job market is a priority for many. Recent demographic reports confirm that workforce certification is the future of Houston-area employment.

Plans are underway for Houston Community College Southwest campuses in Missouri City and Stafford.

The 60,000-sf Missouri City Center for Entrepreneurship, Technology & Health (CETH) has a budget of $21.5 million.

CETH will break ground in October and house economic development, small business management, accounting and technology programs. It will also provide a Healthcare Career Academy for medical and health related programs to be offered in a partnership with HCC's Coleman College in the Texas Medical Center.

Early plans for the Stafford Workforce Building, which will cost $27 million, include a 108,000-sf structure housing manufacturing, drafting and fabrication, IT, heating, ventilation and air conditioning, welding, pipe-fitting, plumbing and electrical programs.

Read more at the Houston Chronicle.

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