Through MCPED, you are connected to a network of innovative workforce development programs geared towards the needs of the individual employer and workers. Our partners can assist you in hiring the right people for the job and will work with you to provide specialized training tailored to the demands of your business. Macomb County has all the tools needed to take you workforce to the next level.
The State of Michigan’s workforce development program has been recognized by the National Alliance of Business as the most innovative in the country.
The M-TEC System is a series of independent facilities designed to provide customized training to employers and employees essential to creating and maintaining Michigan’s competitive advantage. Each center offers: on-demand training based on industry standards or individual needs; state of the art facilities; and leadership consisting of public-private partnerships between local business leaders, educators, government and organized labor representatives. Altogether, there are 18 technical education training centers dispersed throughout the state that are waiting to meet the training demands of your business.
Macomb Community College’s Michigan Technical Education Center (M-TEC) is a 40,600 square-foot, $7.5 million facility, located at the Warren Commerce Center / Renaissance Zone. It is home to the Workforce Development Institute and the ACT Center. M-TEC staff, through the College’s Workforce Development Institute, works closely with the EDSG to help deliver customized training to Macomb County’s manufacturing and technology-based businesses.
This dynamic learning environment is distinguished by its design, which includes robotic training cells, integrated CAD/CAM, and a large flexible high-bay space that can be rapidly adapted to business needs. M-TEC also contains a resource center, computer labs and classrooms offering the most advanced training technologies.
The ACT CenterSM, located within Macomb’s Michigan Technical Education Center (M-TECSM) provides a flexible, high-quality, low-cost solution for your training needs. We provide training and testing services to individuals, employers, and professional organizations using computer-based technologies, the Internet, and other cutting-edge processes. It is a comprehensive and dynamic resource for developing the community’s workforce and economy.
MMTC provides innovative training and consulting services designed for small to midsize manufacturers in Michigan. Lead by expert staff, MMTC assistance includes: Cost Identification, Management and Control (Activity-Based Quoting Value Stream Costing), Environmental Management System (ISO 14001:2004), LEAN Business Solutions (Strategic Business Solutions, LEAN Champion), Performance Benchmarking, Quality Management Systems (ISO 9001:2000 and ISO/TS 16949 Internal Auditor Training, Automotive Core Tools, on-site implementation), and Six Sigma (Green Belt and Black Belt Certification and Managing Six Sigma).
The Michigan Works! System was created to help Michigan be highly competitive in a global economy. The objective is to match employers and workers whose skills meet the level demanded by the marketplace. Assistance is available to all employers and job seekers in order to ensure that employers are provided with a supply of skilled workers and individuals are supplied with an opportunity to advance their knowledge and skills in order to achieve economic self-sufficiency.
The Michigan Works! System - has been recognized by the National Alliance of Business as the most innovative in the country.
Michigan is the only state that encourages local decision-making that reflects the needs of both employers and job seekers. Michigan Works! is committed to being the leader in coordinating and providing quality, comprehensive workforce development, employment and training services through a collaboration with business, education and other key local government and community organizations.
Employers seeking workers can list their job openings on Michigan’s Talent Bank, the nation’s first Internet-based public labor exchange system. Job seekers can post their resumes for review by employers who are recruiting workers.