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Awards

  • 2018 South Bay WIB Three Outstanding Performance Awards
  • 2016 South Bay WIB Four Outstanding Performance Awards
  • 2016 Valley Economic Alliance Steve Allen Excellence in Education

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Welcome to Los Angeles Valley College Workforce Development. Our department works directly with community and industry partners to create pathways to employment and career advancement for those we serve.   Current high placement Workforce Academies include:  Bus Operations Training Academy, Manufacturing, Biotech, Human Services, and Professional Extension offerings.  We also work to create customized training as needed by our community and employer partners. 

Believing in a holistic approach to Workforce Training, we partner with our LAVC Family Resource Center and CalWORKS program to embed family support services and resources (Strengthening Working Families) into all of our offerings.

We strive, through partnerships, to make Los Angeles Valley College Workforce Training a model of Workforce Development excellence.  We are continually working to create a college and community-wide integrated service delivery system of training, and educational and employment services to open career pathways and economic success for all community members.

Please see each of our specific pages dedicated to Academies and related programs for more information.

Sincerely,

Douglas C. Marriott, Ed.D
Dean of Adult/Community Education & Workforce Development
Los Angeles Valley College
Phone:  818-947-2929
Email:  marriodc@lavc.edu


    Workforce Training is proud to partner with the entire City of Los Angeles
    Economic and Workforce Development system on employer-driven high
    placement academies.