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For more information contact:
M-TEC at Bay College

Mark Kinney
Executive Dean Business, Technology, Workforce Development

Robert Pontius
Executive Director of Professional and Workforce Development

 RenĂ©e Lundberg
Manager, Grants &  Training Programs

Beth Ann Belcher 
Grant Project Manager   

The Michigan Technical Education Center (M-TEC) began operation on March 17, 2000 with the mission of assisting employers in developing and maintaining the skills of their employees and to promote economic development activity throughout the Upper Peninsula.

Contract Training: M-TEC will contract directly with an employer to assess training needs, develop training specific to organizational needs and deliver the training according to the employer's schedule. Training can be delivered at the company site, a Bay College facility, or at a contracted location.
Professional Development Workshops and Seminars: The M-TEC offers a wide variety of workshops and seminars open to the public. These non-credit workshops are designed to assist employers and incumbent workers to improve capabilities through job-related training and professional growth opportunities. Click here to view Course and Event Calendar.
Industry Training: The M-TEC's training for industry can be delivered in either a contracted class or public seminar.

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