High school students in grades 9-12 can learn what it takes to become an Operating Engineer when they enroll in Destinations Career Academy’s Pre-apprenticeship Program. It gives an introduction to the profession and prepares students to enter an apprenticeship training program to become a journeyman operating engineer in the construction industry.
Operating Engineers work as heavy equipment operators, mechanics, or surveyors. They work with a variety of construction equipment such as cranes, bulldozers, excavators, forklifts, front end loaders, and backhoes.
Here’s how to enroll:
Step 1: Complete an online application
before April 28, 2017.
Step 2: Once approved complete the online enrollment process on the Parent Portal. (The link and instructions to enroll will be included in your acceptance letter.)
To learn more talk to an enrollment consultant 855-475-3218
DCA is a public online charter school in Wisconsin that offers a pre-apprenticeship program in partnership with Wisconsin Operating Engineers. Earn high school and Technical College credits and complete required apprenticeship classes while in high school.
This information is presented by The International Union of Operating Engineers Local 139. Learn more about the Destination Career Academy classes and enrollment at widca.k12.com