Custom Workforce Development Training for Your Organization

The Corporate and Community Training Center (CCTC) serves both private and public employers, providing cost-effective training solutions in today’s complex business environment.

Workforce Development through Custom Training Courses

Targeted Training. Measurable Results.

Workforce development continues to be a key focus at CT State and is very much integrated into its mission. Programs have been designed to prepare targeted audiences to qualify for in-demand positions in high growth areas. Through on-going partnerships with federal, state and local workforce development partners, programs have been developed in the following sectors:

  • Allied Health
  • Manufacturing
  • Computer Technology

For more information or to discuss any potential partnerships/programs, contact Coordinator Stephen Campiglio, at or 860-512-2824.

Corporate and Community Training Center (CCTC)

CCTC can help you maintain or grow your competitive edge. You can choose training with our industry-experienced faculty at your site or opt for classes to be held in the modern, well-equipped and easily accessible facilities on our campus. Our offerings encompass a myriad of topics that include essential skills, computer skills, manufacturing, allied health, law enforcement and more. We also provide state in-service training for state employees. Individuals who are looking for training can check out our Non-credit Catalog.

For many employers, customized training is the optimal choice because it offers flexibility while focusing on the specific needs of the organization. To fill knowledge and skill gaps, CTCC collaborates with employers to design courses or programs that enhance employee performance. Here are a few recent programs that clients have requested for their workforce.

For your training needs, turn to the Corporate and Community Training Center. Business-savvy staff will help you evaluate needs, identify solutions and provide results-oriented educational opportunities.

For more information, please contact Coordinator Stephen Campiglio at 860-512-2824.