Are you interested in a path to a manufacturing job with an area employer?
Register for a 17 week training program that will you the skills you need to get hired.
Areas of training
- 1 AMERICAN MANUFACTURING WORKFORCE BASICS (9 weeks)
Build English skills, learn manufacturing vocabulary, math and measurement, gain critical thinking skills for job success, and basic computer skills.
- 2 JOB SEARCH NUTS & BOLTS (1 week)
Write a resume and learn interview and job search skills.
- 3 MANUFACTURING WORKPLACE SKILLS (7 weeks)
General industry related skills, including OSHA 10 hour certification, principles of manufacturing, use of measuring tools, power tools and hand tools, and schematic and print reading skills
You will need to:
- 1 SCHEDULE
Schedule a pre-test with Adult Basic Education
by calling Susan Snedker at 218.793.2487. (You must be 17 or older, no longer in high school, and have English skills at the Advanced ESL level to register for the program.)
- 2 REGISTER
Register for the program.
- 3 ATTEND
Attend classes every Tuesday, Wednesday
and Thursday from 3 to 6 PM, beginning March 8 through June 30, 2016.
- 4 COMPLETE
Complete the courses to receive a
certificate that will be recognized by area employers for entry level factory jobs.
Financial support may be available for qualifying individuals.
This workforce solution was funded in part by a grant awarded by the U.S. Department of Labor's Employment and Training Administration.