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Technology Center

Central Alabama Community College (CACC) in Alexander City offers area industries and residents the benefits of ongoing workforce development and training through state-of-the art facilities and industry-specific training programs. The college offers both credit and non-credit courses and can develop custom classes based on specific industry need.

B.C. Graham Technology Center

The B.C. Graham Technology Center offers high-tech and manufacturing training with a focus on automotive technology and related electronics fields. Students can earn short certificates, Associates degrees, and advanced certificates in advanced manufacturing, and industries can participate in continuing education programs for their workforce. Take a virtual tour of the center on the CACC website.

Training is available in the following areas:

  • Electronics
  • Manufacturing
  • Welding
  • Computer Science

Class topics include:

  • Robotics
  • PLCs
  • Sensors
  • Hydraulics and Pneumatics
  • Programming of Various Types
  • Motors
  • Servos
  • OSHA Safety
  • Team Building
  • Leadership and Management Development
  • Lean Manufacturing

Some classes can be offered on-site at a company's facility. The college is continuously evolving to meet the needs of area industries and changes curriculum based on current trends in the manufacturing industry. See the CACC Technology flyer for more information.

Advanced Center for Simulation and Modeling

Located within the BCG Technology Center is the Advanced Center for Simulation and Modeling. This $2.3 million center was opened in 2010 and features digital learning environments that gives students a better hands-on learning experience. Students work in laboratories that were created for visual simulation, communication, and modeling technologies, including the Immersive Learning Lab (CAVE) that provides virtual reality environments and interactive immersive experiences. The center has partnerships with local industries. For more information, visit the Advanced Center for Simulation and Modeling page on the CACC website.