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Alexandria MN is home to the Alexandria Technical & Community College. They boast some of the highest success percentages of Minnesota public two-year colleges in Student Retention and Student Graduation Rate. There are currently 4,000 students that annually attend Alexandria Technical & Community College. The college also acts as a feeder for skilled workforce entrants to businesses throughout the Douglas County community and beyond as it offers technical training for over 50 programs in classroom and online settings to learners of all ages.

Manufacturing Related Programs:

Machine Tool Technology
Mechanical Drafting
Design and Engineering Technology
Mechatronics
Welding Technology

Additional Programs Available:

Diesel Mechanics
Truck Driving
Accounting
Marketing and Sales Management
Art and Design
Computer Science
Law Enforcement
Health Services
Transportation and Mechanics
Phone: (320) 762-0221
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.alextech.edu
Address: 1601 Jefferson St. | Alexandria, MN

Customized Training Center

The Customized Training Center provides industry-driven workforce solutions, continuing education and training for Alexandria area employees and employers. We offer both continuing education for individuals and contract training programs for businesses around Douglas County.

The Specialty Areas We Serve:

Automation & Manufacturing – CNC, Manufacturing Technologies, Automation, Robotics
Business & Management – Organizational Development, Business Development, Farm Business Management
Computer Technology – Computer Contract Training, Technology Contract Training, Microsoft Applications
Healthcare – CPR & First Aid, Nursing Assistant, Home Health Aide, Nursing Continuing Education, Improvement
Public & Workplace Safety – Fire Fighter Training, Forklift Training, Law Enforcement, OSHA Training
Phone: (320) 762-4510
Website: www.alextech.edu/CustomizedTraining

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