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The course will prepare students for a career in the trade

The Tri-Counties building & Construction Trades Council is pleased to announce the launch of the MC3 Pre-Apprenticeship program in San Luis Obispo County. The MC3 (Multi-Craft core curriculum), internship-readiness program is an 8-week training program to help you with hands-on problem-solvers to enter a new career through an accelerated training, boot camp, and getting to know the local building trades registered apprenticeship opportunities.

The ideal candidates for the construction industry, and with the MC3 program should enjoy working with their hands at the idea of sitting at a desk all day. A lot of people in the profession are curious problem-solvers who want to know how things work, and to buy a device just to find out what is in it. The potential of industry careers include carpenters, electricians, plumbers, and pipefitters, operating engineers and sheet metal workers.

“A career in the trades, an opportunity to be a head of the household is working. The transaction has provided a viable, high-wage employment for the future generations of my own family. SLO Partners, we are proud to work together with the transactions and in the provision of pre-apprenticeship and apprenticeship opportunities. A career in the business is of vital importance, now and in the future,” James J. Brescia, the County Superintendent of Schools, San Luis Obispo County Office of Education.

The eight-week period MC3 Pre-Apprenticeship program will use the curriculum developed by the National Building and Construction Trades Council. It will be taught by means of live, online instruction and in-person, hands-on training at a local training facility. For more information and to register to start using the application, please visit


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