We are excited to hear the news that Cape Cod Community College received a Special Grant for a Preparation Training Program MACWIC! As a result of receiving this grant, our local community college has been able to prepare and hold their Construction Trade Training Program. Mid-Cape is proud to be a part of this worthwhile cause, having sent a formal recommendation on behalf of Cape Cod Community College so they would be able to receive the grant.
Construction Trade Training Program
The Construction Trade Training Program is one in which attendees will be able to further their construction careers. They may choose between two tracks: either Construction Worker Basics or Office Administration and Project Management for the Trades. In order to further expand their knowledge, each student will take part in a sixty-hour internship with a local employer in the construction business in addition to course time. We are so excited to have partnered together with CCCC’s in providing this unique opportunity!
Program Information Sessions
If interested, everyone must attend one of the information sessions. If someone does not attend at least one information session, they will not be considered for the program. This training program is FREE, so register now for one of the following information sessions preceding the commencement of the program itself:
January 9, 2019 6-8pm: 540 Main Street in Hyannis
January 11, 2019 1-3pm: 540 Main Street in Hyannis
January 14, 2019 2-4pm: 64 Steeple Street in Mashpee
January 15, 2019 2-4pm: 19 Brewster Cross Road in Orleans
January 17, 2019 2-4pm: 540 Main Street in Hyannis
Information Session seating is limited, so pre-registration is required. Call 508-375-5013 to do so!
Our Joint Mission
Mid-Cape gladly joined forces with Cape Cod Community College, because of our passion for building experience. This program is a chance for employers and local residents to expand their skills and knowledge, in turn nurturing the growth of opportunities and of each of their careers. ‘Experience that Builds’ is not just what we say, but what we put into practice.