FLINT, MI-Mott Community College is partnering with Consumer Power to become a training center for the Electrical Line Workers’ Pre-Training Program.
The MCC Department of Human Resources and Economic Development will host a program to prepare students for electrical installation and distribution systems.
A statement from Death College College stated that the program will take three months to complete.
“Many people rely on power installations and repairs every day,” said Robert Mathews, vice president of labor and economic development. “This field is growing, with more than 100 vacancies each year, and a salary of $ 60,000 a year. This is a wonderful opportunity to gain the skills needed for a highly-skilled career.
Completion of the program does not guarantee employment with consumer power, according to the news release. Manufacturers maintain and update the appliance based on customer needs and electrical needs.
Dele Nicholson, a senior intern at Redford Service Center, said:
It is an eight-step program for students to take basic courses at MCC, complete drug testing, go to consumer energy clinics, and drop out at 11 weeks.
For registration information, visit the MCC EMPOWER program site.
Summer and autumn registration is now open at Death Community College. The headquarters of Consumer Energy is located in Jackson, Michigan.
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