May 31, 2022 - June 15, 2022
5 pm-9 pm
FSCJ Advanced Technology Center
401 West State Street
Jacksonville, FL 32202

Workforce Recovery Training Program

What in-demand training is offered by the Workforce Recovery Training Program?
The WRTP provides industry training that is geared towards entry-level employment in construction.
  • CORE: Introduction to Basic Construction Skills – nationally recognized certificate from the National Center of Construction Education and Research (NCCER).
  • OSHA 30: This US government safety certificate training satisfies OSHA requirements;
  • Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER): This US government hazard recognition certificate training satisfies 29CRI1910.120 requirements; and
  • Job Readiness Skills training
Am I eligible for tuition assistance through the WRTP?
You may be eligible for tuition assistance if you are:
  • 18 years old or over; and
  • Authorized to work in the United States
Please note that preference is given to applicants who meet low- and moderate-income criteria.

What is the goal of the WRTP?
On September 10, 2017, Hurricane Irma made landfall in Florida as a Category 4 storm. Rebuilding after the storm was hindered in Duval County by a lack of skilled construction workers. The labor shortage prolonged our community’s recovery from Hurricane Irma, taking months for homes, businesses and critical infrastructure to be fully repaired. The goal of this program is to provide training in the construction trades, creating a workforce that's ready to tackle Northeast Florida's fast-paced growth and help our community be better prepared for future disaster recovery efforts.

 

May 16, 2022 - February 26, 2022
5 pm-9 pm
FSCJ Advanced Technology Center
401 West State Street
Jacksonville, FL 32202

Workforce Recovery Training Program

What in-demand training is offered by the Workforce Recovery Training Program?
The WRTP provides industry training that is geared towards entry-level employment in construction.
  • CORE: Introduction to Basic Construction Skills – nationally recognized certificate from the National Center of Construction Education and Research (NCCER).
  • OSHA 30: This US government safety certificate training satisfies OSHA requirements;
  • Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER): This US government hazard recognition certificate training satisfies 29CRI1910.120 requirements; and
  • Job Readiness Skills training
Am I eligible for tuition assistance through the WRTP?
You may be eligible for tuition assistance if you are:
  • 18 years old or over; and
  • Authorized to work in the United States
Please note that preference is given to applicants who meet low- and moderate-income criteria.

What is the goal of the WRTP?
On September 10, 2017, Hurricane Irma made landfall in Florida as a Category 4 storm. Rebuilding after the storm was hindered in Duval County by a lack of skilled construction workers. The labor shortage prolonged our community’s recovery from Hurricane Irma, taking months for homes, businesses and critical infrastructure to be fully repaired. The goal of this program is to provide training in the construction trades, creating a workforce that's ready to tackle Northeast Florida's fast-paced growth and help our community be better prepared for future disaster recovery efforts.

 

April 18, 2022 - April 28, 2022
5 pm-9 pm
FSCJ Advanced Technology Center
401 West State Street
Jacksonville, FL 32202

Workforce Recovery Training Program

What in-demand training is offered by the Workforce Recovery Training Program?
The WRTP provides industry training that is geared towards entry-level employment in construction.
  • CORE: Introduction to Basic Construction Skills – nationally recognized certificate from the National Center of Construction Education and Research (NCCER).
  • OSHA 30: This US government safety certificate training satisfies OSHA requirements;
  • Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER): This US government hazard recognition certificate training satisfies 29CRI1910.120 requirements; and
  • Job Readiness Skills training
Am I eligible for tuition assistance through the WRTP?
You may be eligible for tuition assistance if you are:
  • 18 years old or over; and
  • Authorized to work in the United States
Please note that preference is given to applicants who meet low- and moderate-income criteria.

What is the goal of the WRTP?
On September 10, 2017, Hurricane Irma made landfall in Florida as a Category 4 storm. Rebuilding after the storm was hindered in Duval County by a lack of skilled construction workers. The labor shortage prolonged our community’s recovery from Hurricane Irma, taking months for homes, businesses and critical infrastructure to be fully repaired. The goal of this program is to provide training in the construction trades, creating a workforce that's ready to tackle Northeast Florida's fast-paced growth and help our community be better prepared for future disaster recovery efforts.

 

April 11, 2022 - April 26, 2022
5 pm-9 pm
FSCJ Advanced Technology Center
401 West State Street
Jacksonville, FL 32202

Workforce Recovery Training Program

What in-demand training is offered by the Workforce Recovery Training Program?
The WRTP provides industry training that is geared towards entry-level employment in construction.
  • CORE: Introduction to Basic Construction Skills – nationally recognized certificate from the National Center of Construction Education and Research (NCCER).
  • OSHA 30: This US government safety certificate training satisfies OSHA requirements;
  • Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER): This US government hazard recognition certificate training satisfies 29CRI1910.120 requirements; and
  • Job Readiness Skills training
Am I eligible for tuition assistance through the WRTP?
You may be eligible for tuition assistance if you are:
  • 18 years old or over; and
  • Authorized to work in the United States
Please note that preference is given to applicants who meet low- and moderate-income criteria.

What is the goal of the WRTP?
On September 10, 2017, Hurricane Irma made landfall in Florida as a Category 4 storm. Rebuilding after the storm was hindered in Duval County by a lack of skilled construction workers. The labor shortage prolonged our community’s recovery from Hurricane Irma, taking months for homes, businesses and critical infrastructure to be fully repaired. The goal of this program is to provide training in the construction trades, creating a workforce that's ready to tackle Northeast Florida's fast-paced growth and help our community be better prepared for future disaster recovery efforts.

 

March 21, 2022 - April 05, 2022
5 pm-9 pm
FSCJ Advanced Technology Center
401 West State Street
Jacksonville, FL 32202

Workforce Recovery Training Program

What in-demand training is offered by the Workforce Recovery Training Program?
The WRTP provides industry training that is geared towards entry-level employment in construction.
  • CORE: Introduction to Basic Construction Skills – nationally recognized certificate from the National Center of Construction Education and Research (NCCER).
  • OSHA 30: This US government safety certificate training satisfies OSHA requirements;
  • Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER): This US government hazard recognition certificate training satisfies 29CRI1910.120 requirements; and
  • Job Readiness Skills training
Am I eligible for tuition assistance through the WRTP?
You may be eligible for tuition assistance if you are:
  • 18 years old or over; and
  • Authorized to work in the United States
Please note that preference is given to applicants who meet low- and moderate-income criteria.

What is the goal of the WRTP?
On September 10, 2017, Hurricane Irma made landfall in Florida as a Category 4 storm. Rebuilding after the storm was hindered in Duval County by a lack of skilled construction workers. The labor shortage prolonged our community’s recovery from Hurricane Irma, taking months for homes, businesses and critical infrastructure to be fully repaired. The goal of this program is to provide training in the construction trades, creating a workforce that's ready to tackle Northeast Florida's fast-paced growth and help our community be better prepared for future disaster recovery efforts.

 

February 28, 2022 - March 10, 2022
5 pm-9 pm
FSCJ Advanced Technology Center
401 West State Street 
Jacksonville, FL 32202

Workforce Recovery Training Program

What in-demand training is offered by the Workforce Recovery Training Program?
The WRTP provides industry training that is geared towards entry-level employment in construction.
  • CORE: Introduction to Basic Construction Skills – nationally recognized certificate from the National Center of Construction Education and Research (NCCER).
  • OSHA 30: This US government safety certificate training satisfies OSHA requirements;
  • Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER): This US government hazard recognition certificate training satisfies 29CRI1910.120 requirements; and
  • Job Readiness Skills training
Am I eligible for tuition assistance through the WRTP?
You may be eligible for tuition assistance if you are:
  • 18 years old or over; and
  • Authorized to work in the United States
Please note that preference is given to applicants who meet low- and moderate-income criteria.

What is the goal of the WRTP?
On September 10, 2017, Hurricane Irma made landfall in Florida as a Category 4 storm. Rebuilding after the storm was hindered in Duval County by a lack of skilled construction workers. The labor shortage prolonged our community’s recovery from Hurricane Irma, taking months for homes, businesses and critical infrastructure to be fully repaired. The goal of this program is to provide training in the construction trades, creating a workforce that's ready to tackle Northeast Florida's fast-paced growth and help our community be better prepared for future disaster recovery efforts.

 

February 26, 2022
9a-11a
214 North Hogan Street
Ed Ball Building, 8th Floor
Training Room #868
Jacksonville, FL 32202

 

February 24, 2022 - May 26, 2022
1 pm-5 pm
Sheraton Jacksonville Hotel
10605 Deerwood Park Blvd.
Jacksonville, FL 32256
The Small Business Executive Program (SBEP) helps business owners and CEOs to think differently and become more efficient, which is vitally important as businesses navigate the effects of COVID-19.  Focused on growth, leadership expertise and financial success, SBEP participants explore a broad range of topics: including the Business Model Canvas, strategic thinking, digital marketing, financial analysis and human resources. Businesses operating for three years or more and with five or more employees are eligible to apply. Twenty participants from non-competing businesses will be accepted into the four-month program. Sessions will take place once a month for four hours.

January 31, 2022 - February 15, 2022
5 pm-9 pm
FSCJ Advanced Technology Center
401 West State Street
Jacksonville, FL 32202

Workforce Recovery Training Program

What in-demand training is offered by the Workforce Recovery Training Program?
The WRTP provides industry training that is geared towards entry-level employment in construction.
  • CORE: Introduction to Basic Construction Skills – nationally recognized certificate from the National Center of Construction Education and Research (NCCER).
  • OSHA 30: This US government safety certificate training satisfies OSHA requirements;
  • Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER): This US government hazard recognition certificate training satisfies 29CRI1910.120 requirements; and
  • Job Readiness Skills training
Am I eligible for tuition assistance through the WRTP?
You may be eligible for tuition assistance if you are:
  • 18 years old or over; and
  • Authorized to work in the United States
Please note that preference is given to applicants who meet low- and moderate-income criteria.

What is the goal of the WRTP?
On September 10, 2017, Hurricane Irma made landfall in Florida as a Category 4 storm. Rebuilding after the storm was hindered in Duval County by a lack of skilled construction workers. The labor shortage prolonged our community’s recovery from Hurricane Irma, taking months for homes, businesses and critical infrastructure to be fully repaired. The goal of this program is to provide training in the construction trades, creating a workforce that's ready to tackle Northeast Florida's fast-paced growth and help our community be better prepared for future disaster recovery efforts.

 

January 19, 2022 - June 15, 2022
1 pm-5 pm
UNF Herbert University Center
12000 Alumni Drive
Jacksonville, Fl 32224
Each specially developed Florida PTAC/SBDC workshop will consist of one, four-hour workshop held every month for six months, including training events and a graduation ceremony at the UNF training location.  Subject matter experts, provided by the Florida PTAC/SBDC along with UNF PTAC Specialists, will be utilized to prepare and deliver these workshops.  Number of attendees is limited to 25. Each session builds upon the previous session; attendees will be expected to attend the entire series in a cohort fashion. In depth business development assistance will also be offered through Florida PTAC at UNF one-on-one, confidential consulting support, tailored to each business for all participants following training.  
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