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Workforce Solutions Alamo Launches Manufacturing Training Program

Workforce Solutions Alamo, the San Antonio Manufacturing Association and Alamo Colleges have collaborated to create a manufacturing skills development program for adult workforce training to fill top occupational needs in the industry.

You can check out the program, Just In Time SA, at this website.

For prospective students, Just In Time SA is a 90-day training program that provides training for Skilled Assembly & Production Operations Technicians and Machinists (including CNC).

Tuition, books and fees are FULLY PAID for qualifying students.  Upon completion of the program, interviews and job placement with industry employers from the San Antonio Manufacturing Association will occur.

The program is open to potential students with the following qualifications:

• Veteran’s
• Dislocated Workers
• Those eligible under the Workforce Investment Act
• Program qualifications include:

  • High School Diploma / GED
  • No felony convictions
  • TABE test score of 560 or above
    Contact Manpower in Class Info/Registration section for
    additional information about any of these requirements

Need more information?

Angela Rodriguez
Case Manager
(210) 900-9997


3 comments on “Workforce Solutions Alamo Launches Manufacturing Training Program

  1. Pingback: Did you know? The Average Manufacturing Industry Employee Makes $47,499 on the Average… « City of San Antonio Economic Development

  2. Dora Gonzales
    June 5, 2013

    Please send me more information on the Just in time program. Thank you.

    • jrc1285
      June 10, 2013

      Hi Dora, thanks for your interest in the Just in Time Program. For more information, please contact Angela Rodriguez, whose contact details are at the end of the post. Thanks for reading!

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