(WJBK) - A nationally acclaimed company that prepares veterans for jobs in the wireless industry is set to begin training disabled veterans in Detroit. If you are a disabled veteran interested in pursuing a career as a broadband technician, Cable-TV technician or wireless technician - this program is for you.
The Veteran's training program was created with the cooperation of the wireless industry to address the shortage of skilled jobs for returning veterans and satisfy the industry's desperate need for trained technicians to deploy wireless telecommunications equipment and facilities. Since its inception in 2013, this program has placed hundreds of veterans in jobs and plans to train and place more than 100 veterans in Michigan in the next year.
This is the first time the training company has specifically targeted disabled veterans. Candidates that successfully complete the five-week paid training program are guaranteed to be placed in a job making $14-$19 an hour.
The next trainign sessionbegins November 30, 2015.
This program is open to Disabled veterans who are classified as Chapter 31 under the current VA regulations or are eligible for this classification. If you meet the qualifications and are interested in being placed trained for a career at a major communications company making good money, please contact The Write Idea at (313) 967-5881.
VIDEO: Learn more about the program from Karen Morgan