CCAC partners with United Mine Workers of America Career Centers, Inc. to offer high-quality industrial maintenance training in Greene County, Pennsylvania Posted: July 31, 2019 Article by: CCAC Public Relations and UMWACC PITTSBURGH-The Community College of Allegheny County Workforce Development Division is proud to announce its partnership with United Mine Workers of America Career Centers, Inc.
Wolf Administration Announces New Advanced Manufacturing Training Opportunities for Workers in Southwestern Pennsylvania October 15, 2018 LATEST NEWS, PRESS RELEASE Today, Governor Tom Wolf announced the approval of a new $1 million grant to United Mine Workers of America Career Centers, Inc. (UMWACC) to support additional training opportunities at its training center currently undergoing extensive
The UMWACC Inc. has released a list of upcoming trainings that will be available at our Ruff Creek Campus, in Prosperity, PA. Please visit the following link or contact us at 724-627-0988 for more information. RCC Upcoming Training
“The UMWA Career Centers Inc., in Ruff Creek, established in 2006 to train new inexperienced miners, mine rescue teams, first responders and mine examiners, etc., is switching its focus and will now operate training programs for displaced miners and their families, helped largely by a $1.2 million grant from the Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC).” http://www.heraldstandard.com/gcm/news/local_news/umwa-career-centers-inc-to-offer-retraining-for-displaced-miners/article_440c1b11-97ff-5314-8125-b6eca7104e25.html
On April 19, 2016 our facility hosted The MTTC PA Regional Mine Rescue Skills Contest. Pictured are the top 3 finishers. First Place was awarded to Enlow Fork Gold. Second Place was awarded to Enlow Fork Green and Cumberland RD took home the Third Place finish. A big thank you to all the teams that
We would like to introduce you to our National Dislocated Workers Grant (NDWG)- Coal Page on Facebook. Please join our page to find information on training opportunities and updates on policies concerning this grant. Visit us online at www.facebook.com/umwacc.
WV Coal Mining NDWG Eligibility must be determined by a WorkForce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Eligibility Staff Member. You must complete each step in the following Eligibility Process. Step 1: Contact the Local One-Stop WorkForce WV Office closest to your residence and ask to speak with their WIOA Eligibility Staff Member to schedule your eligibility
The United Mine Workers of America Career Centers, Inc., in partnership with WorkForce West Virginia and the US Department of Labor is providing those dislocated from the coal industry and their dependents the opportunity to obtain retraining in demand occupations. This National Dislocated Workers Grant (NDWG) Training Program: Will pay up to $5,000.00 for Training
The UMWA Career Centers, Inc., in partnership with the State of West Virginia, has received a National Emergency Grant to service many of those dislocated from the coal industry in West Virginia. Interested individuals should contact the UMWA Career Centers, Inc. office at 304 253 3772 for more information. Time is very limited so anyone