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Hartselle Enquirer

Career training offered

Individuals interested in pursuing a career in the construction industry can receive free training in the field through the Pre-Apprenticeship
Construction Trades program (ALPACTT) at Calhoun Community College.
The free classes are being conducted at Calhoun’s Decatur campus.  Applications for dislocated worker training are now being accepted. While there is no cost for the student, all participants must be displaced or unemployed who are eligible for Workforce Investment Act (WIA) services.
Participants receive 150 hours of training in such areas as constructionsafety, construction math, and the correct operation of hand and power tools, blueprint reading and employability skills.
Upon successful completion, students will earn a NCCER core certificate and a 10-hour OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) certification.
Program completers will have the opportunity to interview for construction apprentice employment opportunities and/or be eligible for additional NCCER craft training in a specific discipline.
Participants completing the ALPACTT program are automatically eligible to enroll in 450 hours of additional training in areas such as Electrical, HVAC, Plumbing, Welding, or Masonry at no cost. To register or for more information contact Stephanie Wallace, Case Manager, at 306-2923, or Jim Swindell, Assistant Dean of Technology, at 306-2539.

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