Frontline Green Worker
Advanced manufacturing credential for displaced workers seeking 21st Century manufacturing jobs.
The Indiana Department of Workforce Development and Purdue University’s Technical Assistance Program (TAP) have teamed up to develop tomorrow’s advanced manufacturing workforce by providing them with the knowledge and tools necessary to drive bottom line results.
The Frontline Green Worker Certificate program educates participants in sustainable manufacturing practices that reduce energy and compliance costs while improving the environment. It will also provide graduates with a portable, industry-recognized credential that will make them more valuable to employers.
You could qualify for Free training. Visit your local WorkOne and register to earn your Frontline Green Worker Certificate today! To find a WorkOne center near you, visit www.WorkOneWorks.com.
Each participant will be required to:
- Step 1: Complete Green Generalist Online training (1/2 Day)
- Step 2: Complete Frontline Green Worker training workshops (2 ½ Days)
- Step 3: Pass the SME Frontline Green Worker exam (1/2 Day)
Upon successful completion of the program, you will receive:
- SME Frontline Green Worker Certificate
- Job interview training and tips
- Job placement assistance through WorkOne
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