Career Training

In addition to academic training, Clearfield Job Corps provides career technical training in several vocational trades.

Job Corps is committed to the development of green job training. All students who enter in Advanced Automotive, Manufacturing, or Construction career technical training areas will train in a variety of green subject areas. These career areas are marked below with a green tree icon Green trade.

  • Advanced Automotive (UAW-LETC)Green trade
  • Business Technology
  • CarpentryGreen trade
  • Computer RepairGreen trade
  • Culinary ArtsGreen trade
  • Electrical WiringGreen trade
  • Facilities MaintenanceGreen trade
  • Health Occupations - Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
  • Machine Shop
  • Material HandlingGreen trade
  • PlumbingGreen trade
  • Tile & BrickGreen trade
  • Welding

The following brochures contain information about the career technical training programs operated at our center by the Home Builders Institute:

Work-based Learning

Our work-based learning (WBL) program provides students with opportunities to link their career technical training with practical, on-the-job activities. Students participating in WBL gain improvement of work habits and attitudes, identification of goals and aptitudes, and the motivation to complete and further their education. For more information on WBL, see our WBL brochure (176 kb PDF file).

UAW-LETC Advanced Automotive Training Program

The United Auto Workers - Labor Employment and Training Corporation (UAW-LETC) Advanced Automotive Training Program is an advanced career technical training program that is only offered at our center. Because of this, students from all over the nation transfer to Clearfield Job Corps for this high quality training.

Students interested in the UAW-LETC Advanced Automotive Training Program must complete a career technical training program. However, this program is not limited to only Automotive Service students.

With a curriculum based on the National Automotive Technician Education Foundations (NATEF) task list, UAW-LETC training parallels high auto industry standards of work ethic, social skills, positive attitude, appearance, initiative, motivation and the ability to work as part of a team. Students in this program get auto training from industry leaders, including AAMCO Transmissions, Toyota, Lexus, and many others. All students in this program are prepped for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certification tests prior to graduation. UAW-LETC students can earn up to one year of the ASE required two years of on-the-job experience.

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Page last updated: Tuesday, June 25, 2013