What Employers Say

Susan Edwards, President and CEO, ProHealth Care

Susan Edwards

President and CEO, ProHealth Care

"We often hear about the shortage of skilled workers, especially in the health care field. Fortunately, we have WCTC in our midst. The college has done a remarkable job developing curriculums that produce highly trained graduates year after year. We are proud to partner with WCTC because, by recruiting and training tomorrow’s workforce, they help us fulfill our mission – to continuously improve the health of the community."

Daniel Erschen, President of Wisconsin Metal Parts

Daniel Erschen

President, Wisconsin Metal Parts

"We have approximately 65 employees, and WCTC has played a key role as a partner to our business by providing skilled workers and competent graduates in the Machining and Tool and Die trades. We’ve virtually built our business with WCTC graduates and currently have many of them in leadership positions. WCTC also has an outstanding track record in reacting to the needs of local business and industry."

Bryan Obst, Talent Acquisition/Training and Development Manager

Bryan Obst

Talent Acquisition/Training and Development Manager, Trace-A-Matic

"On a local, state and national level there has been much discussion about the shortage of skilled workers, especially in the manufacturing field. WCTC has been part of the solution in Waukesha County by providing advanced manufacturing curriculum that is business driven. I have also worked with WCTC staff to promote manufacturing careers to high school and middle school students, and to create partnerships with businesses, high schools and WCTC to attract more young people into the manufacturing workforce."

Chief Douglas Brahm, Lisbon Fire Department

Chief Douglas Brahm

Lisbon Fire Department

"WCTC has become known as a leader in developing curriculums and methods of instruction that produce highly trained graduates with the most current skills. Our personnel are the most valuable resource we have in providing emergency services to our communities. WCTC has been a major partner and contributor in providing programs producing our educated, skilled workforce."

Chief David Beguhn

Oconomowoc Police Department

"Waukesha County Technical College has a long history of supporting the law enforcement community in Southeast Wisconsin. Whether that support has been through the police academy, annual in-service training or seminars, the training provided by WCTC is second to none. The graduates from WCTC’s Criminal Justice – Law Enforcement program and the Police Academy are highly sought-after by many departments in the state. Having attended training at various technical colleges in the Midwest, I can attest to the high quality of instruction provided by WCTC. Students trained here are not only from within Waukesha County, but Washington, Ozaukee and Milwaukee Counties as well. WCTC is truly a regional training facility."