The complete article can be found at AlabamaNewsCenter.com.
By Mitchell Kilpatrick
A well-trained workforce is essential to the future of Alabama’s economic growth. An Apprenticeship Readiness Program (ARP) kicks off in Mobile on March 1, 2021, to develop building trade skills in the area.
The eight-week program, hosted by Bishop State Community College, will expose participants to union crafts and the construction industry before they select a specific career trade to focus on with the goal of gaining employment in the building trades.
Sponsored by the North America’s Building Trades Unions (NABTU), ARPs give hands-on training and educational services that introduce union crafts and the construction industry. More than 150 of these programs nationwide develop plumbers, electricians, ironworkers and other skilled professionals, supporting economic growth and providing contract workers for companies across the country.
Click HERE to see the full article on the Alabama NewsCenter website.
About the Author (Author Profile)
Alabama News Center tels the stories of the people and businesses powering the states of Alabama, striving to make Alabama a wonderful place to live and work.