Doug Dalton hopes the Baker Technical Institute’s latest, and largest, contract for job training is just the start.
The Idaho Transportation Department hired Baker Technical Institute (BTI) to train 20 people to operate heavy equipment used in highway construction and repair work.Continue Reading
Baker Technical Institute (BTI) is pleased to announce that the Idaho Transportation Department (ITD) has selected BTI to provide heavy highway construction training in Boise, Idaho. The training is part of a Federal Highway Administration pilot program to increase the pipeline of skilled workers for highway construction projects.Continue Reading
The young men spending time at the Camp Florence Youth Transitional Facility, located on South Jetty Road, are in the area as part of a comprehensive program designed to improve their life skills and return them to the world and workforce better prepared to succeed.Continue Reading
Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is announcing that nine Northwest tribes and communities will receive a total of $4.75 million to assess and clean up contaminated properties under the agency’s Brownfields Program.Continue Reading
Baker Technical Institute (BTI) is pleased to announce that the Oregon Department of Human Services (DHS) has awarded a contract to BTI to provide workforce development training and support services to individuals who are recipients of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).Continue Reading
When Dawson Vanderwiele walks into a heavy equipment operator training class in Baker Technical Institute in Baker City, Ore., not many students suspect that she’s the instructor.Continue Reading
Baker Technical Institute (BTI) is pleased to announce a partnership with Wallowa Memorial Hospital to provide local training in their area to increase the number of Certified Nursing Assistants in the region.Continue Reading