HCSA Partnership with CVFCCF to Offer Certified Maintenance Technician Training

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Howard College Adult Education and Literacy Announces Innovative Partnership to Provide Certified Maintenance Technician Training for Individuals Concho Valley Female Community Corrections Facility

[San Angelo, June 22, 2023] – Howard College Adult Education and Literacy is excited to announce a groundbreaking partnership that will bring valuable educational opportunities to individuals in a community correctional facility. Starting in June, 2023, Howard College will collaborate with the Concho Valley Female Community Corrections Facility to offer Certified Maintenance Technician training.

This innovative initiative reflects Howard College’s commitment to expanding educational access and fostering inclusive learning environments. By addressing the specific needs of individuals in the correctional system, this program aims to equip them with valuable skills, enhance their employability, and ultimately reduce the likelihood of recidivism.

The Certified Maintenance Technician training will provide participants with comprehensive instruction and hands-on experience in various maintenance disciplines. Through a combination of classroom teaching and practical training, participants will develop essential skills in electrical systems, HVAC systems, plumbing, carpentry, and general facility maintenance.

Recognizing the importance of collaboration, Howard College will work closely with the staff of the community correctional facility to ensure the smooth implementation of the program. The curriculum will be tailored to meet the unique challenges faced by incarcerated individuals, promoting personal growth, empowerment, and successful reintegration into society.

By offering Certified Maintenance Technician training to individuals in the community correctional facility, Howard College Adult Education and Literacy aims to break down barriers and provide a pathway for these individuals to rebuild their lives and make meaningful contributions to their communities. The program represents a transformative opportunity for personal and professional development, fostering a sense of purpose and hope for a brighter future.

As part of Howard College’s ongoing commitment to adult education and the rehabilitation of individuals in the correctional system, this partnership stands as a testament to the transformative power of education and the potential for positive change.

For more information about Howard College Adult Education and Literacy and its programs, please visit https://howardcollege.edu/academics/ael-san-angelo/ or contact Jackie Dowell at (325)481-8300 ext. 3257 or jdowell@howardcollege.edu

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