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Interested in a training? ↓ Check out a few programs we’re recruiting for now:

NEW: Trades Readiness Training Program

  • The Trades Readiness Certificate was created to provide high quality, apprentice-level content to people interested in construction, to prepare them for careers in the industry. Upon completion of the Trades Readiness Certificate at RCTC, learners will be enabled to work as a productive member of a construction crew and build character and gain confidence to seek employment within the skilled trades.

Forklift Training Program

  • This course is designed to provide you with the technical skills needed to safely operate forklift equipment and utilize safe driving procedures. OSHA’s 1910.178, as well as other regulations and standards, states employees must be trained prior to operating powered, industrial trucks. Successful completion of this training will give you a certificate of completion and the driving skills to be a forklift operator. NOTE: To be certified as a forklift driver you need to be trained on the forklift you will be using on the worksite; this doesn’t usually happen until you are employed.
    This training will prepare you for that!

Inclusive Workforce Employer (I-WE) Designation

  • If you’re an employer who’s passionate about building a more diverse and equitable workforce in Southeast Minnesota, now’s your chance to be recognized for your efforts. Recruit and retain employees with a variety of backgrounds, abilities, skills and experiences with the Inclusive Workforce Employer (I-WE) Designation.

Incumbent Worker Training Program

  • Incumbent Worker Training Program (IWTP) is business-driven funding assistance for qualifying employers to improve the skills of their workforce with new or upgraded work skills. It supplies marketable expertise to employees, can build and maintain a quality workforce, and is designed to assist employers to retain a skilled workforce or avert layoffs.

On-the-Job Training

  • On-the-Job-Training is an incentive that offers participating employers the opportunity to use their
    own training system to teach a newly hired worker the knowledge and skills necessary for successful, permanent employment within their company. This employer based training can benefit businesses in a variety of ways.

RETAIN Minnesota

  • The Minnesota Retaining Employment and Talent After Injury/Illness Network (RETAIN) program’s primary goal is to provide early intervention strategies for workers to stay at work or return to work as soon as medically possible after an injury or illness, occurring on or off-the-job. 


  • Are you a business interested in giving students an opportunity to put their studies to use in real life? SteeleCoWorks, places seniors in apprenticeships, internships and job shadowing experiences throughout the region. The SteeleCoWorks Workforce Coordinator is ready to empower employers and equip Steele County students to plan and build bright, sustainable futures. 

Building Strong Communities

  • The Building Strong Communities program is an multi-trade apprenticeship preparatory program that will prepare you for a career in the construction industry. This program offers individuals the opportunity to receive Union endorsed training, exposure and a “foot in the door” to a career in the trades. Program graduates will have an opportunity to interview with participating Construction Trade Unions and Contractors.

Faribault CareerForce & Workforce Development, Inc. Job Seeker Class & Orientation

  • Learn about services that are offered at CareerForce locations and how to access them. From resume reviews, to getting connected with Dislocated Worker Services, Rehabilitation Counselors, and Veteran’s Employment Representatives, this introduction to the CareerForce system will give you the information you need to get the help you want. Following the orientation, there will be rotating topics presented on different aspects of the job search, including resumes, interviews, and online applications.

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