What You Need to Jumpstart Your New Career
Posted Tuesday, Apr 28, 2009 by
The information and knowledge required of employees across the industry is on the increase, no matter what the field. This quite often leads to a continuous learning cycle for workers who can benefit both professionally and personally.
Individuals will need a wide range of knowledge and skills to compete for the automotive tech, collision refinishing, motorcycle maintenance, diesel technician, marine mechanic, electrician, RHVAC (Residential Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning) and plumbing jobs of the 21st century.
If you can develop the following skills, you’ll be out in front of the pack on the road to success:
- Critical thinking
- Technology Literacy
- Information Management
- Mangement/personal responsibility
Sure, we all know the economy is going through its paces. However, this could be the perfect time to get the career tech school training that could help prepare you for tomorrow’s in-demand careers.
The biggest challenge might just be taking the first step to start the process rolling. At WyoTech, we have a dedicated team of professionals who can help you choose the career training path that works best for you.
It’s easy! Just take a moment to fill out our easy application form.
We’re WyoTech, and we really can help you turn PRO.
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George Kremposki After WyoTech, I worked at a few collision shops and four hot rod shops. I have a steady flow of people who want me to do work for them. Some wait up to a year for me to do the work on their babies. I've taken a short vacation from building cars and have turned my efforts to building some of the country's coolest jet boats.