Broward College will receive more than $4 million in federal grants to support training and placement of workers in manufacturing and high generation jobs.

The school will receive $3.2 million of a $11.996 million grant for community colleges to accelerate training and placement of skilled workers into high-technology jobs.this systemm is designed to assist people earn certificate and degrees in less time and at a lower cost than traditional college guide.

This supply provides us with the equipment needed to assist workers develop 21st-century abilities, build up employment opportunities and beef up the labor drive, said Broward College President, J. David Armstrong, Jr.

Broward College also will receive $1 million of $15 million in grants from the U.S. Labor division to handle the vital professional body of workers shortage confronted by means of the state’s production industry.

The program is designed to match the needs of advanced manufacturing businesses with the targeted industry training offered by the college.