4 week pre-apprenticeship program developed by the Ironworkers to provide direct training and job placement.
opportunities in the highway construction industry.
Pre-apprenticeship training is a great way for participants to:
∙0 Explore and learn about exciting careers
∙1 Qualify to meet the minimum standards for selection to a Registered Apprenticeship
∙2 Benefit from classroom and technology based training
∙3 Get a start on career specific training with viable career pathway opportunities
∙4 Build your literacy, math, English, and work readiness skills employers desire
∙5 Advance into a Registered Apprenticeship program
WSDOT and these apprenticeship programs could create an opportunity to have livable
wage jobs and a brighter future for many enrolled in the program.
The Washington State Department of Transportation grant program provides training and
support service opportunities.
Free Classes begin: August 29, 2016—September 23, 2016
For more info : Greg Christiansen; NW Ironworkers Trust, 503 6881210; email@example.com
Velma Veloria, CIRCC Coordinator;
Emma Catague at firstname.lastname@example.org