Andrews County is a member of the Texas Workforce Commission’s Permian Basin Local Workforce Development Region. Therefore, we have unlimited access to various training programs and services offered by the TWC’s local workforce centers. In addition, we have access and support from WorkInTexas.com, which is Texas’ most comprehensive online job resource that helps employers find workers and job seekers find jobs. Many of our employers offer On-the-Job and Apprenticeship Training.
The Andrews Business & Technology Center held its Grand Opening on January 5, 2006. This highly advanced training center is intent on meeting the growing needs of the local workforce and providing post-secondary educational opportunities. It was a significant partnership with Odessa College, UTPB and College of the Southwest, the City of Andrews and Andrews County. The Business and Technology Center offers state-of-the-art technology for distance learning, upper and lower division classes, as well as vocational training opportunities. The Center is well equipped with a Science Lab, Nursing Program Facility, Multi-Computer Labs with Interactive Capabilities and a Video Conferencing Board Room. Andrews is committed to workforce training at every level.