Jason Darling

Jason Darling

CAREER PATHWAYS

Upon completion of the Pre-Apprenticeship program, students can attend evening classes in the Maine Community College system with possible tuition assistance from the Maine State Apprenticeship program.

Students may also receive continuing employment with their employer, as well as employer sponsored post-secondary training. The list of opportunities in the field is growing, and this is your opportunity to build the foundation for an amazing career.

Maine Certified Industry Standards(CIP 99.1000 )

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

The R10 Tech Pre-Apprenticeship program offers students the chance to earn credit while working or interning.  Students are monitored regularly at the job site by the R10 Tech instructor, who also completes periodic, documented evaluations of student performance at the job site.

Pre-Apprenticeship also includes attendance at three afternoon classes each week.  Topics covered include: job readiness skills, career exploration and financial literacy.  Through the Pre-Apprenticeship program, learning is maximized by combining classroom instruction with the experience of real work.

 PROGRAM STATEMENT

A student attending the Pre-Apprenticeship program for one year who puts in a reasonable effort and maintains acceptable attendance will have strong workplace readiness skills, as well as an understanding of workplace systems, policies, and procedures. The student will also be well versed in the beginning stages of financial literacy and entrepreneurship.

Workplace Readiness Skills

  • Personal Qualities and People Skills
  • Positive Work Ethic
  • Integrity
  • Teamwork
  • Self-representation
  • Diversity Awareness
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Creativity and Resourcefulness
  • Leadership Skills

Professional Knowledge and Skills

  • Employment plan
  • Transition plan
  • Career Research and planning
  • Communication Skills
  • Technical reading and writing
  • Critical Thinking and Problem Solving
  • Job related technology skills

Organizations, Systems and Climates

  • Job acquisition and advancement
  • The Global  Workforce
  • Entrepreneurship

Financial Literacy

  • Wages, benefits, taxes
  • Budgeting
  • Financial vocabulary
  • Banking: terminology and skills
  • Credit/Debit
  • Loans

Jason Darling

Jason Darling

Instructor

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

The R10 Tech Pre-Apprenticeship program offers students the chance to earn credit while working or interning.  Students are monitored regularly at the job site by the R10 Tech instructor, who also completes periodic, documented evaluations of student performance at the job site.

Pre-Apprenticeship also includes attendance at three afternoon classes each week.  Topics covered include: job readiness skills, career exploration and financial literacy.  Through the Pre-Apprenticeship program, learning is maximized by combining classroom instruction with the experience of real work.

 PROGRAM STATEMENT

A student attending the Pre-Apprenticeship program for one year who puts in a reasonable effort and maintains acceptable attendance will have strong workplace readiness skills, as well as an understanding of workplace systems, policies, and procedures. The student will also be well versed in the beginning stages of financial literacy and entrepreneurship.

CAREER PATHWAYS

Upon completion of the Pre-Apprenticeship program, students can attend evening classes in the Maine Community College system with possible tuition assistance from the Maine State Apprenticeship program.

Students may also receive continuing employment with their employer, as well as employer sponsored post-secondary training. The list of opportunities in the field is growing, and this is your opportunity to build the foundation for an amazing career.

Workplace Readiness Skills

Personal Qualities and People Skills

Positive Work Ethic

Integrity

Teamwork

Self-representation

Diversity Awareness

Conflict Resolution

Creativity and Resourcefulness

Leadership Skills

Professional Knowledge and Skills

Employment plan

Transition plan

Career Research and planning

Communication Skills

Technical reading and writing

Critical Thinking and Problem Solving

Job related technology skills

Organizations, Systems and Climates

Job acquisition and advancement

The Global  Workforce

Entrepreneurship

Financial Literacy

Wages, benefits, taxes

Budgeting

Financial vocabulary

Banking: terminology and skills

Credit/Debit

Loans

Maine Certified Industry Standards(CIP 99.1000 )