OVERVIEW OF NCTI OFFERINGS
Post-Secondary and Career Training Programs
Massachusetts Regional Workforce Blueprints identify high demand careers and critical industries where the projected workforce need is greater than the supply of trained employees. In collaboration with MassHire Workforce Boards, MassHire Career Centers, and local businesses our Post-Secondary vocational certificate programs are designed for adults seeking industry-approved technical skills in high demand industries/occupations. These tuition-based Certificate programs provide up to 900 hours of skilled training that prepare adults to enter the workforce or position themselves to be promoted within their existing place of employment.
Approved programs include:
Early Childhood Education
POSTPONED UNTIL 2024-2025
Grant Funded Career Opportunities
Are you unemployed or underemployed? Are you interested in beginning a career in CNC/MACHINE OPERATOR, PLUMBING or AUTOMOTIVE SERVICES? We may have a grant funded career training opportunity for you! If you are eligible and interested, please contact Jobee O'Sullivan email@example.com .
Next training sessions begin soon...September 2023...CNC/Machine Operator, Plumbing & Automotive
For more details: https://www.nashobatech.net/page/adults-nashoba-at-night
Community Education provides learning opportunities for residents of all ages. Courses focus on career and technical training, academic and cultural enrichment, and health/wellness improvement.
Adult Programming – Nashoba at Night
On-site evening classes focus on trade-specific Journeyman code and tier classes toward MA professional board licensure (Electricians and Plumbers).
Online courses offer both self-paced and instructor led courses leading to new personal and professional skills, and enhancing employment opportunities
High School Programming – Vikings
Drivers Education classes - in cooperation with Townsend Auto School - fall, winter, and spring sessions offered after school.
Middle School Programming – Junior Vikings
Summer Experience Junior Viking classes are project-based and geared for students entering grades 5-9, with a focus on exposure to career pathways in a fun, summer camp setting.