SOWEGA's American Heart Association Training Center

In Bainbridge, contact: Susanne Reynolds Director of Economic Development The Charles H. Kirbo Regional Center 2500 E. Shotwell Street Bainbridge, GA 39818 O: (229) 243-3011 sreynolds@southernregional.edu In Moultrie, contact: Kristen Heatter Business and Industry Services Specialist 800 Veterans Parkway North Moultrie, GA 31788 O: (229) 217-4185 kheatter@southernregional.edu In Thomasville, contact: Ruby Barron Administrative Assistant for Economic...



Driver's Education Courses Available Now!

Make sure you are ready to hit the road safely. Schedule your Driver’s Education course today! For more information about course dates, times, locations, and pricing, please visit our Economic Development Course Calendar or call an Economic Development representative nearest you. Bainbridge Office: Susanne Reynolds Director of Economic Development The Charles H. Kirbo Regional Center 2500 E. Shotwell Street Bainbridge, GA 39818 O: (229)...



ServSafe Classes in January and February

Join us for ServSafe Certification and ServSafe Manager courses in January and February! For more information about course dates, times, locations, and pricing, visit our Economic Development Calendar or call the Economic Development representative nearest you. For more information about course dates, times, locations, and pricing, please visit our Economic Development Course Calendar or call an Economic Development representative nearest you. Bainbridge Office: Susanne...



SRTC - Bainbridge 's First Pharmacy Technician Class Reaches Completion Successfully

On Tuesday, November 19, the inaugural Pharmacy Technician Program cohort at SRTC-Bainbridge received their certificates of completion. Pharmacy Technicians assist Pharmacists in dispensing prescription medication to customers or healthcare professionals. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the need for Pharmacy Technicians has been growing steadily for over a decade, and is projected to continue to grow at a steady rate nationwide. "Healthcare is always growing so as the...



Holiday Cake Decorating at SRTC - Tifton

The office of Economic Development SRTC – Tifton recently hosted a Holiday Cake Decorating course on Thursday, November 14. The participants learned: A buttercream icing recipe Making and tinting buttercream icing Crumb layer/finishing layer of icing Wilton tips, using piping bags Christmas tree cake (2 options) technique, finishing touches For more information about future Cake Decoring classes, please contact: Kelly Daniell: (229)...



SAT ACT Test Prep Course in Tifton Saturday, November 2

Register now for Economic Development Tifton’s, SAT ACT Test prep course. Teenagers can get a boost before they sit for the exam! Particpants will receive classroom instruction, a handy take-home workbook, and practice with an experienced instructor, all proven to increase student test confidence and outcomes. Register now by visiting https://southernregional.edu/economic-development/course-registration.



Team Building Workshop Offered by Economic Development at SRTC- Tifton

Drive team performance to achieve unity and fulfill objectives. Grow your team-building expertise in coaching, mentoring, collaborating, delegating, managing conflict, providing performance feedback and creating effective stakeholder relationships. Build a better team! #StartHere For more information, contact Kelly Daniell, Director of Economic Development - Tifton: 229.391.2635 or email kdaniell@southernregional.edu. To register and pay online: www.southernregional.edu/ED



Goodwill Partners With SRTC TO Provide Scholarships And Educational Support in the Community

Goodwill Industries of the Southern Rivers, Inc. has partnered with Albany Technical College in Albany, Ga. and Southern Regional Technical College in Tifton, Ga. to provide scholarships, training and educational support for individuals in the community. Through this new partnership, Goodwill will offer scholarships to individuals attending Albany Technical College and Southern Regional Technical College and planning to further their education. The scholarships will be funded by...



Economic Development in Thomasville Trains Wildlife Management Students in CPR

On the morning of September 16, the SRTC – Thomasville office of Economic Development offered an unexpected training for Land, Forest, and Wildlife Management students: cardiopulmonary resuscitation, commonly called CPR. This is a component of the LFW course’s broader emphasis on safety. For the full calendar of all of the exciting courses offered by SRTC’s Economic Development Division, click here: https://southernregional.edu/economic-development/calendar



Author Joy Jinks Speaks at SRTC

On Thursday, Sept. 12, Joy Jinks spoke about her book Dynamic Aging: I Intend to Live Forever... So Far, So Good! at the Student Wellness Center on SRTC's Bainbridge campus. Mark your calendars for a FREE series workshop with Edward Jones Investment on Oct. 8, 10, 15, & 17, from 5:30-6:30 pm, in the Student Wellness Center, Room 961. An Edward Jones Financial Advisor will conduct a series of seminars to teach the community about smart investing and preparing for the future.



Sewing Classes at SRTC Bainbridge

SRTC-Bainbridge Economic Development's first Basic Sewing I class kicked off this past Saturday. Ready for the next class? Basic Sewing II will be offered on Saturdays, Nov. 2 & 9, from 9 am - 12 pm, at the SRTC-Midtown location, Room 207. The cost is $50 (includes both Saturdays.) Register here: https://southernregional.edu/economic-development/course-registration



Southern Regional Technical College Nominates John B. Sanfilippo & Son for Georgia Manufacturer of the Year

Each year, Southern Regional Technical College (SRTC) celebrates industry partners by nominating local businesses for the Manufacturer of the Year award. This year, in conjunction with Manufacturing Appreciation Week (MAW), the SRTC-Bainbridge Economic Development Division proudly nominated John B. Sanfilippo & Son (JBSS) for the prestigious award. John B. Sanfilippo & Son been in business for over 30 years, and currently has a local economic impact of more than $130,000 annually....