• Occupational Skills Training

    Certificate

    The Occupational Skills Training program provides the opportunity for students to receive hands-on training in a specific occupational area. This program is designed for students who need or prefer work-based training to develop their skills. Students may begin their training at any time.

    Students participate in supervised and structured workbased training in addition to classroom instruction. The program utilizes local businesses as training sites.

    Individualized training plans are developed in consultation with the student, work-site trainer, CCC faculty and program coordinator.

    Program Outcomes

    Individualized training curriculum and employment plan, which describe the skills and knowledge necessary for the student to become competitively employable.

    Contact with employers beyond what would ordinarily be available through an application process.

    Increased occupational skills through hands-on training provided by an employer and through general education and occupation-related classroom instruction.

    Careers

    Career opportunities may be available in a variety of occupations, depending on the goals, skills and aptitude of the student and the availability of local training sites.

    For information please contact Student Academic Support Services Department, 503-594-3475, or http://www.clackamas.edu/Advising/  

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