The ICC Workforce Readiness Training Program is designed to increase the number of minorities, women, and disadvantaged individuals enrolled in industry-approved apprenticeship programs.
or low out of pocket cost
Qualified applicants may have tuition and fees paid for while earning a credential. At the end of the program, participants will have received the education, experience, and connections with local employers to dive into a new career.
What Will I Learn in the Workforce Readiness Program?
The training consists of an intensive 6-8 week program to help participants develop the skills needed for entry into apprenticeship programs and the opportunity for a career with high-wage earning potential.
- Apprentice-specific prep
- Workforce preparation and ethics
- Academic improvement in reading and math
- OSHA workplace safety training
- Other professional skills
Job placement opportunities:
Work Readiness Program
- Entry level OSHA certification
- Paid to attend training
- Opportunity to test for industry certification
- Exposure to multiple career fields
- Training from industry professionals
- Career placement support upon graduation from the program
- Valid driver’s license
- 18 years or older
- High school diploma or GED
- Interest in working in industry-approved apprenticeship programs
- Completion of ICC English, Math and Mechanical Aptitude Tests
This pre-apprenticeship training program is specifically designed to increase the number of minorities, women, and disadvantaged individuals enrolled in industry-approved apprenticeship programs. Job placement opportunities include jobs in manufacturing, IT, and transportation and energy programs.