ETP and Community Colleges create "California Drought Relief Employment Training Program" – Brochures in English and Spanish

Sep 05, 2015

SACRAMENTO

Made possible with funding from drought-aid legislation signed into law by Governor Jerry Brown, the California Drought Relief Employment Training Program provides training to both workers and employers at community colleges in regions severely impacted by the drought. This new program seeks to promote job retention through training, provide career pathways to new employment, and to provide industry-recognized certification and training related to better management of water resources.

The program will provide 12 different training opportunities, each of roughly 250 hours for completion, to workers, employers and students impacted by the drought. This training is provided at no cost to participants. Topics include:

  • Irrigation Technicians
  • Logistics Technicians
  • Industrial Maintenance Technicians
  • Water Treatment Operators
  • Forklift and Warehouse Technicians
  • Food Safety Technicians
  • Qualified Applicators License
  • Manufacturing Production Technologists

For more information please see the brochure in English or in Spanish