Thursday, April 02, 2015

2015 Higher Expectations Young Adult Job Fair - Tuesday April 7th, 2015 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM ...read more

Stand out from the crowd!  Currently available jobs that prefer or require an NCRC certificate. … read more

Practical tips for getting and keeping a job!  Visit the WDC or browse this website to connect with helpful resources.

Training

Learning Computer Skills
Learn how to use the computer or improve your present skills in the WDC`s Academic Improvement Center.  Watch videos, listen to self-paced multimedia tutorials and do hands on mini-lessons to help you learn Windows, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access and Outlook.  Improve your typing skills with our keyboarding programs.  Come in when you can!

The Academic Improvement Center is open for these self-paced tutorials Monday - Thursday 5:00 p.m.- 8:00 p.m.  For more information or to enroll in these self-paced tutorials call 638-6458.

The Workforce Development Center is located at 1717 Taylor Ave, Racine, WI  53403.

Training is an educational process. Effective training conveys relevant and useful information that informs participants and develops skills and behaviors that can be transferred back to the workplace. The goal of training is to create an impact that lasts beyond the end of the training itself. The focus is on creating specific actions and commitment that focuses attention on incorporating new skills and ideas at work.

Partnering with Gateway Technical College the Workforce Development Center offers several different Boot Camps during the year. The Boot Camps are intense, short term training programs designed to give participants the necessary skills to qualify for entry level positions.  More information about each Boot Camp is below.

Apprenticeship Program
You can actually make money while you are learning a trade or occupation with the Wisconsin Registered Apprenticeship Program. Apprenticeships combine on-the-job training with classroom instruction. Plus, the Apprentice will be getting the technical back-up necessary for a complete understanding of their chosen field. Just a few hours a week at your local technical college pays off big at the workplace where you can use your knowledge in a practical application.

More information about the Apprenticeship Program is available in the Resource Room at the Workforce Development Center, located at 1717 Taylor Ave, Racine, WI  53403, or contact Gateway Technical College’s Apprenticeship Coordinator at (262) 631-7312.

Manufacturing
Want a real, rewarding career? Want to make a difference? Want to tackle new challenges – each and every day?

Our region is full of thriving, state-of-the-art manufacturing companies that are doing and making great things with advanced technologies.

And now, to help meet surging demand from around the world, they need talented people. People with a knack for solving problems. People who enjoy hands-on challenges. People who are eager to learn technical skills and keep moving up.  Want to learn more?  Watch these videos!

Telecom / Cabling Installer Boot Camp

APPLICATIONS NOT CURRENTLY AVAILABLE

Computer Numerical Controlled Boot Camp

APPLICATIONS NOT CURRENTLY AVAILABLE

APPLICATIONS NOT CURRENTLY AVAILABLE

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