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St. Louis Community College, in partnership with Saint Louis University’s College of Public Health and Social Justice, Center for Environmental Education and Training, is offering a free six week training program for those interested in a career in environmental remediation. Apply now for the class starting April 17, 2017.
The Environmental Job Training Program helps residents take advantage of the jobs created by the assessment, cleanup, and redevelopment of environmentally impacted properties and structures in the St. Louis Metro region, as well as other environmental remediation sites.
The program provides you the opportunity to obtain Missouri and Illinois Licenses for:
- Lead Abatement Worker
- Asbestos Abatement Worker
You will also receive Nationally Recognized Certifications, including:
- OSHA 10 Hour Safety and Health for the Construction Industry
- 40 Hour HAZWOPER (Hazardous Materials Handling)
- First Aid and CPR
- Lead Renovator, Repair and Painting
The program also includes training in Underground Storage Tank Remediation, Ecosystem Restoration, Environmental Technologies, and Mold Remediation.
You must be able to attend class Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The six week training classes are free and all books and training materials are provided.
To qualify for a job in this industry you must be at least 18 years or older; possess a current valid driver’s license; have a high school diploma or GED; be eligible for employment in the United States; and pass a drug test.
Apply now for the upcoming class starting April 17, 2017.
Funding for this program is provided with financial assistance from the U.S Environmental Protection Agency.