TCC is committed to giving organizations in this community an edge


 TCC has partnered with 12 Florida Colleges and the Department of Labor in the FL TRADE Project to provide training that can increase your organization’s capabilities.  Under the FL TRADE project TCC is offering the following opportunity as we approach 2014:

Students who enroll in the January 2014 Quality Improvement Associates (CQIA) course can also enroll in the OSHA-30 for General Industry course at no additional cost.

The Quality Improvement Associate course provides both an introduction and a review of three major elements; Quality Basics, Teams, and Continuous Improvement.  Students will gain an understanding of the fundamental concepts of Quality improvement processes.  Students will learn to project the organization’s quality focused image while performing routine job activities.  This certification is ideal for front line employees, such as customer service and administrative assistants, who interact directly with customers.  The cost of the course includes American Society for Quality (ASQ) membership and assessment fee.  Class begins January 27, 2014 and meets on Monday evenings.

OSHA-30 for General Industry is a web-based course that students have up to 180 days to complete at their own pace.  This online course is a comprehensive safety program designed for persons involved in industries such as; Health Care, Manufacturing, Warehousing, Distribution and Retail.  This program is recommended for supervisors or anyone with some safety responsibilities, or as an orientation to occupational safety and health for workers.  At the successful completion of this course you will be provided with an official OSHA 30 hour safety card.


Contact the AMTC staff for more information at 201-9720  Or;

Complete the included Response Form, click the “Submit by Email” button at the bottom and send to  An AMTC staff member will contact you to discuss scheduled courses or to discuss customized training dates.

CQIA Flyer_Jan2014

FL TRADE Brochure Course Descriptions

Response Form

Plan now to grow your organization’s capabilities in 2014,


Bruce Batton

Program Manager, AMTC