Construction Trades Training

Yuut Elitnaurviat offers Construction Trades training throughout the year. Each section will serve between 12 and 20 participants. These trainings provide both hands on and classroom experience in the field of Construction and Maintenance. Most classes utilize NCCER curriculum are taught by an NCCER Certified Instructor.

Construction Trades Students can gain Related Training Instruction hours within the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta Apprenticeship Program.

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The GED Works Program is available to people in the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta who received their High School Diploma after May 2010, who are working on their GED through the Bethel Regional ABE Program, or who received their GED through the Bethel Regional ABE Program  on or after July 1, 2010.

The next GED Works construction training has not been scheduled yet. Keep checking back for more information.

For Current Students:
The GED Works program will pay for people currently taking GED classes through the Bethel Regional ABE Program to travel to Bethel and spend fifteen (15) days at the Yuut Elitnaurviat Campus in Bethel. Five (5) days will be spent taking the GED test battery which the program will pay for. The next ten (10) days will be spent working on your NCCER Core certification. Flights, meals, lodging, course fees, and your test fees will be paid for through the GED Works Program. You will only be accepted based on the recommendation of the Bethel Regional ABE Program AND a letter of intent to hire by a local employer. To see a sample letter of intent to hire click here.

For Recent Graduates(People who received their GED on or after July 1, 2010 or their High School Diploma after May 2010)
The GED Works program will pay for recent GED graduates from the Bethel Regional ABE Program and recent High School graduates to travel to Bethel and spend ten (10) days at the Yuut Elitnaurviat Campus in Bethel working on your NCCER Core certification. Flights, meals, lodging, and course fees will be paid for through the GED Works Program. You will only be accepted based on the recommendation of the Bethel Regional ABE Program AND a letter of intent to hire by a local employer. To see a sample letter of intent to hire click here.

For more information about the GED Works Program, or to talk to someone about the application process, contact the GED Works Coordinator at: (907) 543-0955

 

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