Category Archives: Workforce Development News

RevisedApprenticeshipRules

Tuesday, March 31, 10:00 – 11:00 a.m. at the Vermont Department of Labor Central Office, 5 Green Mountain Drive, Montpelier, VT

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Revised Vermont Department of Labor Apprenticeship Rules for Public Input

March 31, 2015 at 10:00 to 11:00 a.m. located at Vermont Department of Labor Central Office, 5 Green Mountain Drive, Montpelier, VT 05602

Or through Vermont Interactive Television site.

Click here for the proposed rules: http://labor.vermont.gov/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/Apprenticeship-Rules-Final-combined.pdf or https://secure.vermont.gov/SOS/rules/results.php

If you have additional questions, please contact Mike Hoyt at 802-828-4204.

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Free Training Program for Technical Writing

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Triad Design Service of Williston is seeking to fill Technical Writer positions through a free training and education program offered by Vermont HITEC. Supported by Governor Shumlin, funds from Vermont’s Department of Labor and Agency of Commerce will be used to sponsor selected Vermonters in an 8-week no-cost training and education program. No experience is required to participate and all graduates of the programs will begin full time employment with benefits. Earnings for graduates begin at $17 per hour, with performance-based increases at 6, 12, 18 and 24 months. Graduates will also earn college credit through Burlington College’s newly formed Institute for American Apprenticeships. To learn more about this program, please click on the icon below, or visit www.vthitec.org. For additional questions, please call (802)872-0660.

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For further information, visit https://apply.vthitec.org/TRIAD1/LargeForm/steps/program_announcement.asp

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New Job Opportunities for Vermonters

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Precyse Solutions is looking for Vermont career-seekers to join its Certified Medical Coder work-at-home team. Supported by Governor Shumlin, funds from Vermont’s Department of Labor and Agency of Commerce will be used to sponsor selected Vermonters in a 10-week no-cost education program. No experience is required and all graduates of the program will start earning $15 per hour with full benefits as a work-at-home certified medical coder apprentice with Precyse. After completion of a one year apprenticeship, potential earnings can increase to $21 per hour, with the potential to earn up to $25 per hour after two years.

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To learn more and participate, please apply online by visiting www.vthitec.org. For additional questions, please call (802)872-0660.