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Construction & Mechanical Occupations (CAMO)

What is CAMO? 

The Construction and Mechanical Occupations (CAMO) Training Academy Program is designed to provide participants with a quality pre-apprenticeship and occupational exploration experience leading to acceptance into a skilled apprenticeship program, enrollment in a career technical training program, and/ or related employment. The program will include career assessment, work readiness assessment/ instruction, OSHA safety training, job search skill training, career technical training, and work experience training. 

What will I learn in this training? 

Participants will experience a guided career exploration program that includes hands-on projects and discussions with area employers. Discussions on goal setting and decision making will help participants to reflect on their experience and decide if they would like to pursue an apprenticeship, education, or employment. 

Career areas covered include: 

  • Carpentry
  • Building Repair
  • Automotive Technology
  • Manufacturing
  • Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM)
  • HVAC/ Electrical
  • Welding
  • Metal Fabrication 

Program highlights include OSHA 10 certification, Workkeys testing/ certification, and completing a resume. 

How do I apply? 

Complete the application for the CAMO program. Submit the application to Contact 636-481-3144 to find out about funding options. 

View the CAMO video YouTube (video includes CC).

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