South Seattle Community College
6737 Corson Avenue South
Seattle, WA 98108
(206) 934.5350
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Corporate and Customized Training
Apprenticeship and Education Center
Washington State Labor Education and Research Center

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Corporate & Customized Training offers customized contract training programs designed to meet specialized workforce training needs. We serve as a focal point for business, labor and community in support of economic development, educational opportunities, family wage jobs and global competitiveness in greater South King County.

We provide customized workforce training in manufacturing, transportation, distribution, logistics, and construction. New training programs focus on green jobs training, including energy conservation, energy auditing, building science, and environmental sustainability practices. As part of the Seattle Colleges, the Corporate & Customized Training has direct access to a wide range of high-quality instructors and training resources. The center also hosts career fairs and workforce development initiatives.


The campus currently cooperates with the following Joint Apprenticeship Committees to provide courses for apprentices and journey workers: Apprentice Related Training Programs.

For more information about apprenticeship training visit the Labor and Industry Web site

Apprentices can also pursue an Associate degree.  With the completion of only a few classes outside of their apprenticeship training, apprentices can receive an AAS-T degree in Multi-Occupational Trades, which is transferable into any of Washington State's Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) degree programs, as well as programs at colleges that have an AAS-T articulation agreement with Seattle Colleges.

The Washington State Labor Education and Research Center (LERC) works with unions, community-based organizations and within colleges throughout Washington State to provide training and classes for and about working people. Our mission is to help working women and men develop the skills, confidence, and knowledge to be leaders at work and in their communities.  Our goal is to equip all types of workers with the skills to run effective organizations and build a 21st century labor movement.

The Labor Center houses the Will Parry library with hundreds of books about labor. We also have movies that can be checked out and other resources available for public use.

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