Workforce Solutions for the Digital Age (WSDA)


Welding Technology Program

Contact Person: Brian Sprinkle
Office Location: Desert 100a
Direct Phone: 208-732-6372
Contact Person: Hank Bauman
Office Location: Desert 100b
Direct Phone: 208-732-6373




Welding Technology The goal of the College of Southern Idaho's Welding Program is to prepare students for a successful career in the rapidly expanding field of welding and fabrication. The goal of the WSDA project is to build on the successful welding program by continuing the movement towards a competency based, multiple entry and exit, and modularized program.

Law Enforcement Program

Law Enforcement ProgramContact Person: Don Hall
Office Location: Canyon 206
Direct Phone: 208-732-6339

The College of Southern Idaho Law Enforcement program is designed to prepare graduates to enter the law enforcement field. The goal of the WSDA project is to improve employer relationships in Law Enforcement, improved capacity to deliver industry led technology and to reduce the 1 year waiting list.

Radiologic Technology Program

Radiologic Technology ProgramContact Person: Gary Lauer Ph.D., RT (R) ARRT
Office Location: Aspen 156
Direct Phone: (208) 732-6719

In 22 months (4 regular semesters plus 1 short summer session) CSI will prepare students for employment as an ARRT Registered Technologist in Radiography.  The WSDA’s goals are to improved employer relationships in Radiological Technology and improve capacity to deliver Post-Certifications to incumbent workers to meet the industry’s need.

Dental Hygiene Program

Dental Hygiene ProgramContact Person: Cindy Harding
Office Location: HSHS Building 124
Direct Phone: 208-732-6722

The College of Southern Idaho is developing a new Dental Hygiene program to serve the Regions dental shortages and improve Employer relationships.

Online Instruction in Core Courses

Online Instruction in Core CoursesContact Person: Robin Bagent
Office Location:
Aspen 165
Direct Phone: 208-732-6392 
Website: CBJT

Online Instruction in Core Courses to improve access, retention, and utilization by non-traditional users of online coursework using universal design, standardized protocols, and assessments.