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Maryland Training Resources

There are a variety of programs and training resources for everyone from individuals just beginning their careers to seasoned professionals who are looking to enhance their skills. Prospective students can choose a program based on their goals and schedule with programs offered full-time, part-time, and with classroom, hands-on, and earn-while-you-learn experiences.

The State of Maryland is home to many colleges, universities, and organizations that offer biotech training programs and degrees both online and in-person. Take some time to browse the list that BioHub has assembled below.

BIOTrain

www.biotrain.org

Advance your life science career with courses, workshops, and seminars from BIOTrain. Choose from programs that enhance basic work skills, industry relevant skills, or specialized technical skills. All programs are designed with biotechnology guidance and taught by industry experts. BIOTrain in partnership with Montgomery College is supported by an EARN grant from the State of Maryland.

BIOTRAC

www.BioTrac.com

Bio-Trac, in partnership with Montgomery College, offers graduate/post-graduate level hands-on laboratory training workshops for research scientists. Courses are team taught by active researchers and innovators from leading research institutes and private industry. Bio-Trac courses deliver instruction on current research methodologies.

Bio Technical Institute
of Maryland, Inc.

www.btiworks.org

The Bio Technical Institute of Maryland, Inc. (BTI) offers specialty scientific training and placement assistance for entry-level technicians in Maryland’s rapidly expanding biotechnology industry. A combination of classroom instruction, hands-on training and on-the-job work experience enables BTl’s successful graduates to realize employment options and new careers.

BTI also offers hands-on training workshops in Animal Cell Culture, Real-Time PCR, PCR, Recombinant DNA Techniques and Protein Expression and Purification. Pre-scheduled workshops are offered in their Baltimore facilities.

Maryland Apprenticeship and
Training Program

www.dllr.state.md.us

Frederick Community College recently established a registered biotechnology apprenticeship program with the Maryland Department of Labor. The apprenticeship program enables a student to earn, learn, and train at the same time.  Companies can build and retain their workforce, increase productivity, and receive tax benefits and financial incentives from the State. The program duration is 3 years and comprises 2000 hours/year of full-time on-the-job training (with competitive employee benefits) and 144 hours of academic coursework (tuition is fully covered by the participating industry). Currently, three Frederick companies—VaLogic, Texcell, and Kite Pharma—are participating in the program. FCC does all the paperwork and recruiting of the apprentices for the companies.

Maryland Department of Commerce

Partnership for Workforce Quality (PWQ)

PWQ provides matching training grants and support services targeted to improve the competitive position of small and mid-sized manufacturing and technology companies. Grants are used to increase the skills of existing workers for new technologies and production processes, improve employee productivity and increase employment stability. PWQ offers short-term training only. 

Maryland Department of Labor

Maryland Business Works

Maryland Business Works offers matching training funds to upgrade the skills of current employees while also creating opportunities for new hires in in-demand occupations and skills. Trainees must receive a certification and only short-term training is offered. 

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