Regional Workforce Training Center | Technical College of the LowCountry

Regional Workforce Training Center


A Look Ahead:

The High Demand for High Skills:
The Regional Workforce Training Center

The Community Need

Workforce is critical economic infrastructure. Workforce sustains business and industry and propels new investment and economic growth. The Lowcountry needs technically trained workers to meet the demand of the area’s fast-emerging diversified manufacturing sector and skilled trade industries.

Senator Davis QuoteThe Industry

  • Key industry growth sectors for the region are Diversified Manufacturing, Information Technology, Logistics and Transportation, and Construction Trades.
  • During the next nine years, it is predicted that the Jasper Ocean Terminal will create more than 900 new jobs, with the potential to create one million jobs by 2040.
  • Up to 57% of job openings will be middle-skilled, requiring more than a high school education but less than a four-year baccalaureate degree.
  • The demand for associate degrees and industry certifications exceeds current supply.

The TCL Solution

The new Regional Workforce Training Center will feature a 50,000 square-foot, high-tech facility at TCL’s New River Campus. The Center will serve as a showcase for workforce development in action, focusing on career training in welding, logistics, electronics, industrial maintenance, aerospace, and more. TCL’s Center will empower economic development by enabling the Lowcountry to better meet current and projected workforce training needs.


Mary Lee Carns

Vice President for Inst. Advancement & External Relations


Institutional Advancement

Bldg 12, Rm 211

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