Electrician student on a ladder

Career Training

In addition to academic training, Ramey Job Corps provides career technical training in the following vocational trades:

  • Automotive: Maintenance and Light Repair
  • Carpentry
  • Cement Masonry
  • Culinary Arts
  • Electrical
  • Health Unit Coordinator
  • Insurance Claims Processor
  • Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurse
  • Medical Administrative Assistant
  • Office Administration

We also have a Work-Based Learning Program.

Automotive Technician

This program has been evaluated by the Association of Automotive Technicians and Mechanics of Puerto Rico (CTMAPR, by its initials in Spanish), National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation, and the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence. Students receive OSHA training, CPR training, and more.

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Carpentry

This program has been evaluated and certified by the National Center for Construction Education and Research. Students receive OSHA training, CPR training, and more.

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Culinary Arts

This program has been evaluated and certified by ServSafe, the American Culinary Federation, and the National Restaurant Association.

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Electrical

This program has been evaluated and certified by the National Center for Construction Education and Research. Students recieve OSHA training, CPR training, and more.

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Licensed Practical Nurse

This program has been evaluated by the Association of Nursing Professionals of Puerto Rico (CPEPR, by its initials in Spanish) and the National Council of State Boards of Nursing. A provisional license is provided to students as well as assistance for the National Council Licensure Examination-Practical Nurse (NCLEX-PN).

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Masonry

This program has been evaluated and certified by the National Center for Construction Education and Research. Students receive OSHA training, CPR training, and more.

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Medical Office Support

This program has been evaluated and certified by the National Association of Health Unit Coordinators and the National Healthcareer Association.

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Office Administration

This program has been evaluated by IC3-Certiport and the American Council on Education. To complete this training, students must gain certification as Microsoft Office Specialists (MOS).

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Plumbing

This program has been evaluated and certified by the National Center for Construction Education and Research. Students receive OSHA training, CPR training, and more.

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Work-Based Learning Program

The Work-based Learning (WBL) Program allows students to gain greater growth in their career technical skills and abilities in a real workplace.

Purpose

The purpose of the WBL Program is of great importance to a student's chosen career. It helps strengthen the student's abilities in the workplace and refine the career technical skills learned on center. It also helps students feel more sure when beginning their job search. Students are not alone in this process. They are assisted by the WBL Coordinator and their career technical training instructors.

Benefits

The benefits of this program are:

  • The workplace is located near where you live.
  • Money is provided for lunch.
  • Passes with pay (if needed).
  • Uniforms and tools.
  • Recommendation letters.
  • Transportation (if needed).

Occasionally, our graduates are hired by the same employers they worked with during their time in the WBL Program.

The WBL Coordinador is Sulma Caban. Mrs. Caban can be reached by phone at (787) 890-6526 or by email at caban.sulma@jobcorps.gov.

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Page last updated: Sunday, June 26, 2016