Construction Trades Spring 2018 Gain the skills needed to enter the
construction field by attending training
• An opportunity to work for leading
construction companies in the Southwest
• 11 Week or 111 Hours of training this spring
2018 to prepare you for a job in the
• Recruitment will be in January 2018
Orthotic & Prosthetic Technician Orthotics and Prosthetics are the rapidly changing fields involving the fabrication of orthopedic braces and artificial limbs. This industry provides vital services to the rehabilitation medicine community and to individuals with disabilities, including veterans, persons with vascular diseases, and diabetics.
Orthotics is the designing, fitting and manufacturing of orthopedic braces for individuals with disabling conditions of the spine and extremities. Prosthetics is the designing, fitting and manufacturing of artificial limbs for people with limb loss. These individual disciplines are traditionally combined as a single industry because they share similar scientific backgrounds and manufacturing processes.
Clark College Pre-Apprenticeship Program PREPARE to work in the trades in 8 weeks. EARN certifications in First Aid, Flagging, Occupational Health and Safety. LEARN the basics of each trade, and its working conditions and salaries. RESUME and job interview skills help included.
Union Apprenticeships in the Building Trades Check out this informational PowerPoint about a variety of bulding trade apprenticeship programs in both WA and OR. Information includes entry requirements, length of programs, job descriptions, and wages.
Elevator Constructor Apprentice Responsible for assisting in the installation, maintenance and repair of the passenger and freight elevators, escalators, dumbwaiters and moving sidewalks under the direction of the Mechanic.
NECA ELECTRICAL APPRENTICESHIP Applications are accepted beginning September 7, 2016.
Must be 18 years of age, have 2.0 GPA, and qualify for the NJATC aptitude test (to be scheduled by the training center).
Click on the link for more information.
Apprenticeship programs offer college-level education, a salary and medical benefits at the same time, while the apprentice learns a skilled trade from journey-level craftspersons on job sites. Other than buying tools and work clothes, usually apprentices do not have to pay for their training.
You must apply to be considered for admission to an apprenticeship. These qualities enhance a person's chances to be admitted to an apprenticeship: strong academic record including at least a high school diploma or GED, excellent attendance at school and/or employment, previous employment (especially that's related to the type of work the apprenticeship trains for), supportive letters of recommendation, a "clean" legal record, and a "clean" substance abuse record.
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