Energy Pathway Program
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The Energy Pathways Program (EPP) is a leading recruitment, training, and support system focused on preparing residents of Los Angeles County and military veterans for employment in energy-related industries. EPP operates several programs in the Los Angeles area that provide sector-driven certification and degree programs. EPP has training programs for the following career pathways in the energy industry in Wind, Automotive, and Petrochemical. These training programs are supported by the Workforce Investment Act and EPPï¿½s employer partners. "Click Here to Read about EPP's Accomplishments
CAREER TRAINING MODEL
EPP bases the program on the following 3 key elements:
1. COMMUNITY OUTREACH, RECRUITMENT, INTENSIVE SUPPORT SERVICES AND ASSESSMENT
Through a network of over 30 community and workforce organizations, EPP conducts community outreach to familiarize residents with post-secondary education and career opportunities, and provide assessment, case management and intensive support services.
2. BRIDGE TO A CAREER
EPP implements a Bridge program that includes basic skills building, work place readiness, counseling and support services designed to prepare participants to succeed in post-secondary training. A full-time Workforce Development Specialist (aka counselor) works with participants to provide academic and social support services.
3. CUSTOMIZED TRAINING LEADING TO EMPLOYMENT
Following successful completion of Bridge programs, students move directly into contextualized industry training. This sector-driven training includes all key skills and competencies needed for employment, industry recognized certificate, and college accredited courses.
For general inquiries about our training programs, please contact staff (310) 414-2090 or email Eppinfo@sbaycenter.com.
“This program is funded by the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) of 1998 through the Pacific Gateway Workforce Investment Network.”
“Equal Opportunity Employer/Program. Auxiliary aids and services available upon request to individuals with disabilities. To request a reasonable accommodation, please call (1-800-735-2922) or TTY (1-877-735-2929) at least 72 hours prior to event.”