Global Vocational Training Center
Educate! Empower! Employ!
We create pathways to employment for adolescents and adults through skills training and life learning opportunities. Our students include recent high school graduates, ex-offenders, unemployed and underemployed men and women, veterans, dislocated workers, and anyone else who is struggling to find work in the Charlotte metropolitan area.
We specifically provide accelerated training in the areas of commercial/residential/industrial electrical installation and HVAC installation –skillsets currently very much needed in Charlotte. We train 10-15 individuals a session, with each session lasting 6 months/4 days a week. The training includes both classroom lectures and interactive lab sections each day so that students can practice their newly acquired skills. Our drills and training modules prepare them for a final, timed examination and a successful certification process. Some students will have the opportunity to experience on-the-job training while earning an income working for IES and Southeastern HVAC.
Career and technical training in the U.S. hasn’t evolved to keep up with the transformation of the modern economy, and there is a significant gap between job seekers’ skills and employers’ needs. We are making sure that those who need employment the most will be prepared to meet this need.
Industrial Electrical Installation Statistics:
Trained electricians are in high demand as employment is projected to grow 14 percent around the country from 2014 to 2024, according to the BLS. … With that in mind, it’s expected that jobs for electricians will continue to increase in the future.
HVAC Installation Technician
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, HVAC Technicians earn a median income of $43,640, with the top 10 percent of HVAC technicians earning more than $68,900.
Demand for qualified, well-educated HVAC technicians, the BLS predicts, will grow 21 percent through 2022.
Even if your career path seems hazy, the data are clear: More education leads to better prospects for earnings and employment and the Global Vocation Training can help!
According to data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), earnings increase and unemployment decreases as educational attainment rises. Grouping workers by education level, the chart shows that those with more education have higher earnings and lower rates of unemployment than those with less education.