There is a growing need for more manufacturing workers in the Tampa Bay area, specializing in fields of soldering and cabling, machining, and welding and fabrication. Now, there is a new training program, free to those who qualify, to help get people certified.
Laura O'Connell has a bachelor's degree, but like so many people in Tampa Bay, her employer laid her off.
The Soldering and Cabling Program provides training and the opportunity to earn industry recognized certifications manufacturing employers require. The program consists of three-weeks of classroom activities and one-week of employability skills training at no-cost to you. Certifications include:
Industrial Machine Maintenance Training
No-cost training opportunities are available to earn an industry certification manufacturing employers seek. Upon successful completion of 3 weeks of hands-on classroom training, participants are referred to local manufacturers for interviews.
If you are considering a career in manufacturing our no-cost program will provide the knowledge to understand the various aspects of working in an entry-level welding/fabrication position. Get trained and ready for work in as little as seven weeks.
The program offers classroom and field experiences that will equip students with the skills and knowledge to become more marketable to hiring employers.
After you have completed the program, you will be considered for work experience opportunities that lead to developing relationships and gaining industry insights in preparation for work after graduation.
This workforce training program is helped in park by Duke Energy.