Michigan College Has Short Term Training Programs
I have been in radio most of my life, and I love it. One of my other career choices would have been to be a Police Officer. If you're not crazy about your current job situation, maybe you should think about learning a new skill. Make sure it's something you are interested in, though, because that will make going to work so much more enjoyable.
If training for a new career is something you would like to do, you should check out the short term training programs that are being offered. According to 9and10news.com you can learn healthcare and other skilled trades. Yep, health care, truck driving, dental assistance, and welding to name a few.
If you don't want to spend much time going to school, you will love this. These programs run only 3 to 12 weeks. At the end of the course, you will be ready for your state certification exams.
Scott Govitz, associate vice president of workforce & economic development at Mid Michigan College, says, “There’s ample opportunity for jobs out there. Employers are desperate for individuals right now, particularly individuals who are trained in the field and ready to hit the ground running.
If you're really interested, Michigan Works can help you with tuition for your new career. All you have to do is contact Michigan Works to see if they qualify.
If you want to learn more, it's easy, just go to Midmich.edu or simply call (989) 386-6614.
We spend a lot of time working and paying the bills, so we need a line of work we enjoy going to.