That is exactly what Dreger and his team do. “We like to be innovative,” he says, adding that the college has been offering customized training for nearly 30 years, and on average, serves about 1,400 employers and more than 21,000 employees annually.
“We have a wealth of professional resources ready to meet the training needs of customers, with both technical knowledge and real-world work experience,” states Dreger.
“In many cases, participants can earn college credits for the training, which typically occurs at the main campus in Appleton, at one of our regional centers, or at the client’s location—when, where, and how they want it.”
Accessibility to expert resources and specialized equipment make Fox Valley Technical College a top choice for workplace solutions of virtually any kind.
One piece of innovation that is impacting FVTC’s workplace partners is digital printing technology with state-of-the-art Kodak brand equipment. Paper companies, for instance, work with the college’s Printing Technologies department to test a gamut of paper substrates for optimized resolution, ink quality, and adherence properties.
“Research and development departments from the paper industry look to us for ways to increase their bottom lines,” notes Shana Farrell, manager of Printing Services at FVTC. “Our digital printing technology is the first of its kind in the area.”
Internally, the college also uses digital printing technology as part of its sustainability efforts by implementing document output management systems, resulting in enhanced efficiency and cost savings.
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