Advanced Composites Manufacturing Training - RIMTA

Bristol, RI 02809

Posted: 10/10/2019 Industry: Manufacturing Job Number: 1937

Skills for Rhode Island’ s Future is recruiting candidates for an Advanced Composites Manufacturing Training Program.

Training Title:  Advanced Composites Manufacturing Training Program

Start Date:  November 4, 2019

Time: Mon-Fri. 8-4pm for a duration of 3 weeks

Where:  A majority of the training will be held at the Providence CCRI Liston Campus with some at the Warwick Campus and employers in Bristol/Newport.

The Advanced Composites Manufacturing Training Program is currently seeking candidates for a 3-week long composites manufacturing training program that will take place in Providence and Warwick RI and require some travel to employers in Bristol/Newport. This program gives participants the entry-level skills and hands-on training needed to start a career in the manufacturing and composites field.

The Rhode Island Marine Trades Association (RIMTA) represents all aspects of the recreational boating and composites industries in RI.

Requirements:

- Rhode Island Resident

- Unemployed or Underemployed

- Must be 18 yrs. and older

- High school diploma/GED

- Must be able to lift 50 lbs. or more

- Reliable transportation (program takes place in Providence; some training in Bristol/Newport)

- Able to communicate effectively

- Willing to comply with safety procedures

- Excellent work ethic

- Authorized to work in the US.

- No previous composites experience is necessary

HOW TO APPLY  

Applicants interested in this position will be screened by SkillsRI before making a final decision on the candidate’ s acceptance into the program.

WHY APPLY THROUGH SKILLS RI

Our mission is focused on supporting unemployed and underemployed job seekers. Our goal is to get you back to work. SkillsRI’ s team will guide and provide you with support throughout the selection process.

SkillsRI has agreements with training providers to recruit talent like you, making us a resource to get the unemployed and underemployed job seeker back to work.

Duncan Ermer

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