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Latest Technology Available in BTC Fire Science and EMS Programs

Latest Technology Available in BTC Fire Science and EMS Programs

August 8, 2019

Whether an individual is seeking professional development or continuing education or a degree program, Blackhawk Technical College Fire Science programs have many options to help students advance in their career. “The fire science industry is constantly changing and evolving. To meet those needs, BTC provides classes at a variety of locations and times in Rock and Green Counties. We present the classes in the format that works best for our students,” said Rob Balsamo, BTC Coordinator of EMS and Fire Science Programs. Formal education for firefighters and leaders in fire science has become an expectation, not the exception.

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High School Interns Recognized at Signing Event

June 13, 2018

More than 80 individuals attended today’s 2018 Summer Rock Internship Program’s Signing and Orientation event at Blackhawk Technical College’s central campus. Attendees included high school interns and their parents; school career and technical education and/or counseling personnel; representatives from the internship worksites; and economic and workforce development stakeholders. This paid, high school internship program is made possible through a partnership between Blackhawk Technical College (BTC), Rock County 5.0 and Southwest Wisconsin Workforce Development Board.

BTC and Brodhead High School Partner to Provide Faster Learning Options

Dual Credit Pathway Options in CNC, Welding and CNA

May 22, 2018
Blackhawk Technical College and Brodhead High School are partnering to provide additional learning opportunities for Brodhead students to earn technical certificates or degrees faster in Computer Numeric Control (CNC), Welding and CNA. The course work for these programs will be bundled with existing courses that have already been established as dual credit options.

Blackhawk Technical College Ag Students Head to the Field

May 9, 2018
Blackhawk Technical College students in the Precision Ag class will plant an 80-acre field with the College’s new state-of-the-art dual hybrid planter. This hands-on experience is made possible through a partnership developed between Precision Ag Instructor Andrew Tucker and local farmers, the Gratz Brothers, and land owners Fran and Sandy Donny. Students will use the College’s new dual hybrid planter which was made possible through a grant secured by BTC. The students will plant the field which will then be taken care of by the Gratz Brothers. AgriGold donated all of the seed for this project and created the dual hybrid prescription map for the field. The prescription also has variable rate seed trials integrated into the design. 
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Central Campus; Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Resources On-Campus
Aug
21
2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
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