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Construction Craft Skills Training
with Frank Kehoe
CONSTRUCTION CRAFT SKILLS TRAINING
FAST TRACK TO YOUR NEW CAREER IN THE BUILDING TRADES!
This intensive 231 hour, 2 semester course, with hands-on training is designed to give students a solid foundation for any trade industry that she or he chooses to pursue. Modules such as Basic Jobsite Safety, Power Tools, Communication Skills, Introduction to Construction Drawings, and Framing teach real-world marketable skills that are essential in today’s growing construction fields and sought after by employers. Each module exam passed earns the student their NCCER Certification for that level. Students will also receive their Osha 10 card and will be credentialed through WorkReady.
On-the-job training, after the first 141 hours of class time, may be included. Students can start earning and learning in the field, putting their training to practical use within a few months. Are you already in the trades, but want to increase your skills and earning potential? Our convenient evening hours make this training fit your schedule!
Students must have a valid driver’s license, their high school diploma or equivalency, be at least 18 years old, and be eligible to work in the USA. No classes 2/20, 2/22, 4/17, 4/19.
Instructor: Frank Kehoe, Portland Arts and Technical High School
Semester I - Tuesday & Thursday, 1/16/2018 to 6/14/2018, 5:30 to 8:30PM, for 20 weeks
Semester II - Tuesday & Thursday, 8/29/2018 to 12/27/2018 (tentative fall semester dates)
Location: Portland Arts and Technical High School, Carpentry Shop
Fee: $1,485 plus textbooks $161 and materials $175
Payment plans and tuition assistance may be available for qualified individuals.
Contact Windham Raymond Adult Education at 207-892-1819 to register.
Customs Broker - ed2go
Sign up at – careertraining.ed2go.com/wae. Then call WRAE to pay for your course at 207-892-1819.
6 months - 100 hrs – open enrollment
In the program, you will learn how to read and utilize the numerous reference materials, classify commodities to determine duties, learn compliance and more. Upon passing the exam, you can then apply for your Customs Brokers License through U.S. Customs and Border Protection. If you are accepted and become a Licensed Customs Broker, you will play a pivotal role in the U.S. trade community.
The Customs Broker License Exam is given twice a year (April and October) and is a very difficult exam to pass. This program will prepare you to sit and pass the exam.