About Training Programs
These training programs are designed to help TANF recipients who are 18 years of age or older who are qualified get a commercial driver's license (CDL), a nursing assistant certification, or a nursing assistant certificate. In order to prepare learners for state licensing, the curriculum will be offered by a variety of local partners with accredited programs. The goal of this initiative is to improve services for those who might benefit from both the TANF and WIOA Services programs. It builds on previous joint efforts in program services. In the current local and national labor market, there is a demand for both health care providers and commercial drivers with CDL licenses.
Occupational Skills Training
Our organization works with businesses and industries in Faulkner, Lonoke, Saline, Monroe, Prairie, and Pulaski Counties (outside the city of Little Rock) to make sure businesses have access to a trained workforce. Our team not only assists businesses, but also helps individuals in developing marketable occupational skills.
CNA Training Program
Ready to begin your journey to a rewarding career in the health care field? Our CNA Training Program offers education for individuals interested in a career in caregiving.
CDL Training Program
Prepared to get your CDL? Check out our brand-new CDL Truck Driver Training Program, which emphasizes occupational skills training and provides both classroom instruction and hands-on training.