The Atlanta Regional Workforce Board is a local partnership of business, education, labor and community leaders that achieves excellence by providing high-quality services that meet labor market needs of employers and residents. As the administrator for the Atlanta Regional Workforce Board (ARWB), ARC’s Workforce Solutions Division provides workforce solutions for dislocated workers, unemployed adults and youth; and for businesses seeking qualified applicants. The Atlanta Regional Workforce Board’s (ARWB) Career Resource Centers assist people seeking employment, training and education services. Funding for training through ARWB is provided for residents who live in, or have been laid off from their jobs in Cherokee, Clayton, Douglas, Fayette, Gwinnett, Henry and Rockdale counties. Young people, 14-21 years of age, interested in full-year youth programs funded by the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) must be low income and possess significant and defined barriers to education and employment.
Health Practitioner Support Technologists and Technicians
Covenant CNA School mission is to train highly qualified Certified Nursing Assistants who will make a difference in our healthcare industry. We provide outstanding service to our students through professionalism and quality standards of excellence to promote excellent patient care. Upon successful completion of our program, you acquired the necessary foundational skills needed to explore […]