SWCC REDI CENTER – RETRAINING ENERGY DISPLACED INDIVIDUALS
Precision Machining & Welding Accelerated Cohorts begin in January
The REDI Center also assists individuals who were once displaced from the mines or coal related industry, but have since returned to work.
Numerous training options are available to suit your needs. Whether you’re looking to earn a degree or certificate, or receive additional training and certifications to gain more stable employment or career advancement.
Programs included, but not limited to:
Powering Economic Growth in the Nation’s Coal-Impacted Communities
The Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC), the U.S. Economic Development Administration (EDA), and the U.S. Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration has provided a $38.8 million investment to grow the economy in the nation’s coal-impacted communities. The SWCC REDI Center is part of this initiative.
SWCC received $1.4 million from ARC, including tuition scholarship funds, to assist these workers in retraining for high-wage, high-demand careers. In addition to ARC, the Virginia Tobacco Commission, and a private foundation partner, are all contributing to the funding of the REDI Center.
Contact Megan Jones at 276-964-7818 or firstname.lastname@example.org to see if you qualify and to register for classes.
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Explore just a few of our program options: