Workforce Training

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    SC Coordinating Council for Workforce Development

    The South Carolina Coordinating Council for Workforce Development (CCWD) was formed in response to a general need for improved coordination of efforts in the area of workforce development by those state agencies involved in the education and training of the South Carolina workforce. The CCWD was established by the General Assembly in Act 252 of 2016 to “engage in discussions, collaboration, and information sharing concerning the state’s ability to prepare and train workers to meet current and future workforce needs.”

    Find answers to all your workforce questions at the South Carolina Coordinating Council for Workforce Development.

  • SC Works

    SC Works & SC Work Ready Communities

    South Carolina Works is the state employment agency. The Darlington County office is located in Hartsville.

    SC Works Online Services links all of South Carolina’s state and local workforce services and resources. This tool allows employers to post positions, search for candidates and review job market trends.

    In 2015, Darlington County was named a South Carolina Work Ready Community, indicating that the county has a trained work force with skills that are in high demand. 

  • Apprenticeship Carolina

    Apprenticeship Carolina

    Apprenticeship Carolina, a division of the SC Technical College System, works to ensure all employers in South Carolina have access to the information and technical assistance they need to create demand-driven registered apprenticeship programs.

    At no cost to the employer, apprenticeship consultants are available to guide companies through the registered apprenticeship development process from initial information to full recognition in the national Registered Apprenticeship System.