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WorkSource, construction firms to offer free train-to-hire program

WorkSource, construction firms to offer free train-to-hire program

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Three Southwest Washington construction firms have teamed up with WorkSource to recruit, train and hire individuals interested in entering the construction field.

WorkSource is hosting an orientation about the construction training from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. on Friday March 31 at the WorkSource Center at 204 SE Stonemill Drive, Suite 215, Vancouver 98684.

The free, five-week construction training program is offered by Nutter Corporation, Rotschy Inc. and Tapani Underground, Inc. Classroom training will be approximately 25 hours per week starting April 13 with some Saturday classes. Trainees will be able to work for Tapani, Nutter or Rotschy approximately 15 hours per week during their training and move to full-time employment upon training completion.

The training includes instruction in OSHA safety, flagging, trade math, CPR/First Aid, interpersonal skill building, confined spaces, blueprint reading, soils and erosion and forklift certification. Individuals must be 18 years or older to participate.

Registration for the orientation is required. Contact Viki Bogdanov at WorkSource at 360-735-5122 or vbogdanov@esd.wa.gov to reserve a seat.

Pay for construction jobs typically starts in the $15 to $20 per hour range, with opportunities for increased earnings.

Learn more about employment and job training and placement services available through WorkSource, search for jobs and post your resume at www.WorkSourceWA.com.

The Daily News, Longview, Wash.

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