Photo of the Westpointe Center SLCC campus, Student Services Building (SSB). Located at 2150 West Dauntless Ave., Salt Lake City, UT 84116. Strategically located in Salt Lake City's industrial Northwest Quadrant, Salt Lake Community College's Westpointe Workforce Training & Education Center will be integral to the Wasatch Front's long-term economic vitality. This vibrant new facility will support the community's training needs in a flexible, high-quality space that will benefit business, industry and the surrounding community for decades. It will allow SLCC to fulfill its mission as Salt Lake County's primary post-secondary provider of workforce education. The 121,000-square-foot building will provide space for collaboration with industry partners in multiple fields and will provide students interested in technical careers with a one-of-a-kind, one-stop educational center. For more information about the Westpointe Workforce Training & Education Center, see the information sheet. SLCC is the primary post-secondary provider of career and technical education in Salt Lake County.
Sean Patrick, a Salt Lake Community College student, talks with an energy industry professional.
Instructor or energy industry professional signs into the open house and presentation at Salt Lake Community College.
Elisha Suazo a Salt Lake Community College associate attending the energy industry open house and presentation.
Scott Johnson of the Salt Lake Community College Energy Institute giving a presentation to attendees of the open house.
Pia Englund of the Salt Lake Community College Energy Institute.
Salt Lake Community College Energy Institute presentation for interested students and industry professionals.
An energy industry professional attending the Salt Lake Community College Energy Institute open house.
Zack Brown, a representative of Queststar Gas, chats with other attendees at the Salt Lake Community College Energy Institute open house.
The Salt Lake Community College Energy Institute is Utah's premier provider of education and training for the highly skilled workforce on which our clean energy community depends. Programs are designed to accommodate both working professionals and traditional students. Coursework is completed through a combination of online learning, classroom instruction and hands-on activities. State-of-the-art equipment provides real-world experiences to better prepare students for entry or advancement in the energy workforce. Courses are taught by energy professionals who are industry leaders in their respective disciplines. Working with industry representatives, curriculum in continually reviewed to assess the need for new courses and to ensure the programming is up-to-date with industry technology, trends and applicable codes. Both credit and noncredit options are available.