VOCATIONAL TRAINING PROGRAM

We are a non-accredited vocational program that teaches apparel decoration, e-commerce, sublimation, and marketing. The goal of the program is to assist individuals with disabilities in transitioning into the apparel decoration, e-commerce, sublimation, or marketing industry with some experience and knowledge of their functional limitations. 

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JOB SEARCHES

Students will have the opportunity to learn about and search for jobs in the Pre-Press and Press Operations industry. 

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INTERVIEW

SKILLS

Students will have the opportunity to learn about questions commonly asked in interviews and will have the opportunity to participate in multiple mock interviews. 

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JOB READINESS

Students will have the opportunity to learn about the industry, address qualifications, and learn about reasonable accommodations. 

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PRE-PRESS OPERATIONS

Pre-Press Operations includes computer skills, graphic design, printing, cutting, and preparing materials for press operations. 

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RESUME CREATION

Students will learn about resumes, what needs to be addressed and how to create and update a resume for the industry.

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PRESS

OPERATIONS

Press Operations is the process of physically pressing the prepared materials and producing products to be shipped or sold at a later time.

PROGRAM OVERVIEW

THE VOCATIONAL TRAINING PROGRAMS WILL INCLUDE:

• Interviewing Skills Training, Resume Preparation, Job Seeking Skills, and Workplace       Accommodations.

• Accommodations for a variety of disabilities.

• Industry Specific Training:

• Pre-press operations

• Software, printing, & computer operations

• Basic computer graphics & art

• Press operations and safety

• Refreshment of general education classes (math & science); as it applies to press operations

• Overview of common issues & troubleshooting press problems

• Assessments to address and assess applicant proficiency.

 

 

QUANTIFICATIONS FOR PROGRAM:

• Individual applying for program must have a disability. 

• Application must be completed and turned in for consideration. 

• After application has been submitted, participants will undergo an initial interview to determine if they are suitable for the program.

• Applicants will be further assessed during program to determine if they are able to complete essential tasks.

• Factors to be assessed:

• Safety

• Dedication/Attitude

• Knowledge