META Offering Manufacturing Skills For Noble County Residents
Saturday Oct 10, 2015 4:36am
(KENDALLVILLE) - Noble County residents who have no manufacturing experience will soon get a chance to learn basic skills through the Manufacturing and Education Alliance.
The Manufacturing Entry Training Academy will be funded by Northeast Indiana Works, the region’s workforce development board and the Noble County Economic Development Corporation.
It will be carried out by the Kendallville-based Freedom Academy.
META will be part of a newly branded series of manufacturing training programs called Noble Up!
It will offer plant tours, class visits by manufacturers and 42 hours of instruction.
The program is expected to make its debut in November.
Those interested in taking part in the program should contact the WorkOne Northeast career center in Kendallville at (260) 599-1000 or visit the center at 524 Fairview Blvd., which is open Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.
Candidates should be 18 years old or older, have a high school degree or the equivalent and possess a good work record.