Looking for a Future Career? Prepare Now with No-Cost Training In Environmental Safety or Construction

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business-training  Environmental Safety & Remediation ProgramThe Pacific Gateway Workforce Investment Network’s hands-on Environmental Safety and Remediation Training Program and Construction Skills Training Program will begin new training sessions soon. Federal funding provides training at no cost to the participants.

To find out details, interested individuals should attend an orientation session at 4:00 p.m. on November 3 at the Career Transition Center, 3447 Atlantic Ave., Long Beach, CA 90807. For more information call (562) 570-WORK.

The Environmental Safety & Remediation Training Program includes certifications for Hazardous Waste Worker Protection and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER 40); OSHA 30; CPR/First Aid; Asbestos Abatement; Lead Abatement; and Mold and Moisture Control. 

The Construction Skills Training Program includes certifications for Hazardous Waste Worker Protection and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER); OSHA 30, including Traffic Control and Confined Space; CPR/First Aid; and Refinery Safety Overview (RSO).

Prior registration in the Pacific Gateway Workforce Investment Network is required to participate in the free job-training programs. To register, please bring the following information to your first visit:

  • State ID / Driver’s License AND Social Security Card
  • OR School ID Card (with birth date) AND Social Security Card
  • OR School ID Card (without birth date) AND Social Security Card AND birth certificate
  • OR U.S. Passport AND any proof of Social Security Number (Social Security card, school printout).
  • If applicable, bring unexpired Permanent Resident Card (Green Card).

Males born on or after January 1, 1960, must be registered with the Selective Service. For information, call 847.688.3117 or visit www.sss.gov.

The US Environmental Protection Agency and the US Department of Transportation’s Federal Highway Administration/CalTrans provide funding for these career training programs.

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