TJC West is the home of three distinct buildings: the RTDC, the Skills Training Center and the Energy Center.
The School of Continuing Studies offices are housed at the Regional Training and Development Complex (RTDC) located at TJC West. The 84,000 square foot RTDC facility offers on-site registration and fee collection, convenient parking and a 300-seat conference room.
The 75,000 square foot Skills Training Center is home to the College’s automotive technology and welding technology departments. The center and its departments are utilized by area high school students taking part in concurrent enrollment programs, offering the opportunity for college credit prior to high school graduation.
Opened in January 2015, the Energy Center provides training in the latest industry standards for students seeking highly skilled jobs in power plant technology, HVAC, and electrical and electronic controls technology.
TJC West Programs
The School of Continuing Studies seeks to provide lifelong learning for people of all ages to develop personal and professional potential, upgrade job-related skills and prepare for informed…
The Automotive Technology program at TJC will prepare you to enter an engaging, hands-on career in a high-demand profession.
If you like working with your hands and wish to enter the workforce quickly, then consider a career as a Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Technician.
Power Plant Technology
Whether you’re looking to kick start your career or broaden your skill set, Power Plant Technology at TJC is second-to-none.
If you like working with your hands, a career in welding technology may be just right for you.
Electrical/Electronic Controls Technology
If you have a passion for troubleshooting electronics, or automation of plant operations, our Electrical/Electronic Controls Technology program at TJC is the right fit for you.
Tyler Area Business Incubator
The Tyler Area Business Incubator (TABI) was created in 1989 through a consortium involving Tyler Junior College, the City of Tyler and the Tyler Economic Development Council.