Only seven years after its founding, a Baker City-based technical college will start holding regular classes in Prineville next month.
Baker Technical Institute planting its flag in Prineville, starting with truck-driving courses on April 19, will train highly skilled workers for Central Oregon businesses that desperately need them, said college President Doug Dalton.Continue Reading
Baker Technical Institute (BTI) is pleased to announce that it has received final approval and licensure from the Higher Education Coordinating Commission (HECC) to operate as a post-secondary institution.Continue Reading
Wyden, Merkley: Baker Technical Institute Earns Federal Health Care Training Grant for Students in Eastern Oregon
U.S. Sens. Ron Wyden and Jeff Merkley today announced that the Baker Technical Institute has secured a $147,203 federal grant to increase access to health care training for rural students in remote and frontier areas of eastern Oregon.Continue Reading
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Development is investing nearly $150,000 to increase access to health care training for rural residents in remote and frontier areas of eastern Oregon, announced State Director John Huffman today.Continue Reading
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