As part of the South Orange County Community College District (SOCCCD) the Advanced Technology and Education Park (ATEP) has decades of experience in workforce training and education. Customized workforce training and consulting is offered through the CACT which was established on the Irvine Valley College Campus in 1997 and moved to ATEP in the spring of 2007. The ATEP Center for Applied & Competitive Technologies (CACT) is a college-based team of advanced technology experts dedicated to solving operational, personnel, and technical problems. The highly specialized technical consultants and instructors of the ATEP/CACT work through the California Community Colleges Economic and Workforce Development (CCCEWD) initiative. They are dedicated to serving California's advanced technology companies with innovative solutions that are unique and customized. The ATEP/CACT offers technology education, manufacturing training, organizational development and consulting services that contribute to continuous workforce development, technology deployment and business development. The ATEP/CACT center can custom design training programs to addresses your specific organizational needs.
ATEP development training courses include