A Hand 'n Hand Career Training Center offers flexible, affordable and choice of training modules ranging from 1 to 6 weeks, depending on the clients needs. Our services also include; mentoring, job readiness skills and placement assistance.
Courses available at our training facility include:
A Hand 'n Hand, Inc. DBA - A Hand 'n Hand Career Training Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. In response to our declining job market, we have identified a proven method of ‘Fast-Track’ training to fill employer’s needs which increases employment opportunities for today’s jobseekers by reversing the traditional method in which people seek employment. AHH’s “friendly-extended hand” to you is not only our logo and organization mission, but the belief that our support in enriching your skills is what our communities and individuals need.
Our OBJECTIVE - Prepare individuals for successful careers during these challenging economic times as our current unemployment rates in California range over 9%. Offer a “unique” mix of job readiness services that our businesses and individuals have been asking for, but finding it challenging to find.
The unemployed, longer-term unemployed or underemployed, that have been affected by our unprecedented economic hardships
We offer specific programs for our returning veterans, and our seniors who find themselves having to return to the workforce
People entering workforce for the first time (high school grads, recent College Grads, GED recipient, etc.).
Those willing to commit to a minimum of 40 program hours of instruction classroom learning
Must be at least 18 years of age or older (no age limit)
Ability to pass an personal interview and entrance exam
Recipient of EDD, Rehab , VA or Social Service benefits - Most qualify for FREE training
Businesses who need employees (small to large) - FREE
NO ONE is LEFT BEHIND!
Everyone knows someone or has a family member who is looking for employment opportunities in these challenging economic times. Just a few years ago most thought of unemployment as “those” people who didn't want to work ….. but times have changed. Unemployment today doesn't care if you: