05 Sep RIMTA Launches New Pre-Apprenticeship Training Program in the Westerly Area
The Rhode Island Marine Trades Association (RIMTA) has launched a new Pre-Apprenticeship Training Program in the Westerly area. This three-week program will give individuals the entry-level skills needed to start a career working around boats or in the exciting field of composites manufacturing.
This FREE training program is for Rhode Island residents over age 18 and has proven to be a path to employment in the statewide boating or composites industry.
No boating experience is required. This three-week program gives individuals the entry-level skills to work at companies located in Rhode Island.
The program is a perfect fit for someone looking to begin a career in the marine or composites business, or someone who is unemployed or underemployed.
Rhode Island is known around the world as a state with a high concentration of boating and composites companies. Composite materials such as fiberglass and carbon-fiber are used to build a wide range of structures in many industries — from architecture to recreational sports to wind-energy structures.
Training runs full-time, Monday-Friday.
Click here to apply online. The program begins on September 24.
For any questions about the program, contact Brian Dursi at RIMTA (email / 401-396-9619).