Applications are being accepted for a seven-week Manufacturing Readiness Program that will provide individuals with one-on-one career guidance, training, credentials, and the opportunity to interview with local employers.
The daytime program will take place from May 26th – July 10th in Lawrence County. Valued at over $4,000, this program will be provided to eligible individuals at no cost through sponsorship by the Oh-Penn Manufacturing Collaborative with funds from a U.S. Department of Labor Workforce Innovation Fund grant.
Designed in collaboration with local companies who have agreed to consider hiring successful completers, successful graduates of the 206 hour Manufacturing Readiness Program will:
- Receive one-on-one career guidance and develop a career plan
- Gain the basic skills for entry into more advanced manufacturing skill training
- Earn nationally-recognized and transferrable credentials: WorkKeys® National Career Readiness Certificate, OSHA-10, and MSSC – Certified Production Technician
- Have the opportunity to interview for entry-level careers and be directly marketed to over 100 employers
Individuals receiving these industry-recognized credentials have been rated more-favorably in numerous work activities by employers.
To sign up by May 11th, or find out more information, contact Debby Gagliano, Lawrence County Career Pathways Coach, at 724-656-3165 x210 or email@example.com. Seats in this training are limited and individuals must meet eligibility criteria. For more information about local Manufacturing, visit: www.IndustryNeedsYou.com.