Rose State College Hosts Free Job Training Session In Water And Wastewater Operations Published September 13, 2016

Free Training

Midwest City, Okla. – Are you currently unemployed, seeking a better job or just need a career change? Rose State College is hosting an information session on FREE job training for water and wastewater careers. 

The information session is set for Friday, September 16th at 8:00 a.m. in the Professional Training Center and will cover the selection process, certifications and other details of the free four week training.    

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has provided funds to the Oklahoma Environmental Training Center at Rose State College to offer free Water and Wastewater operator training to the unemployed and underemployed.  Benefits of the program include, fast track training for high demand occupations, all training and certifications are free and individuals receive free job placement assistance after completion of the program.

Individuals interested in joining this high-demand green career field and would like to apply for the free job training are required to attend the information session and can register online at http://bit.ly/2cR0EAc

For more information on EPA job training, the information session or questions regarding registration, please call 405-733-7488.