Employment and Training

Training & Support

We help you explore training options that lead to a credential and if enrolled, also provide assistance with tuition and training costs. In addition, we may also provide Support Services such as gas vouchers, work clothes, etc. while you’re in training.

Occupational Skills and Classroom Training is generally short-term training that results in a certificate or credential leading to employment that provides self-sufficiency. Examples include truck driver training (CDL), Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA), welding and industrial manufacturing technology and phlebotomy. Our programs can pay tuition, books and other training related expenses.

Support Services are used to support people while in or after training completion. Support Services may include the purchase of work clothes, tools, gas vouchers, auto-insurance, food handler’s permit, etc.

Please Note:
Services in Ferry and Stevens Counties are provided from our Colville Office, Pend Oreille County from our Newport Office, Asotin, Garfield and Whitman Counties from our Clarkston Office and Lincoln and Whitman Counties from our Pullman office.

Rural Resources Employment & Training programs, a WorkSource partner, is an equal opportunity employer / program.  Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request of individuals with disabilities.  Washington Relay Service (TTY) 711.

Who qualifies for these services?

Individuals ages 14 and older, with the majority of our funding directed to those age 16 and older, who are legally entitled to work in the United States and meet program eligibility requirements.

Important note about qualifiying for services: The qualifications listed here are a general indication of who will qualify for these services. If you need these services but aren't sure if you fit the qualifications listed, please contact our offices. We will work with you to find the services to fit your needs.

Training & Support Client Stories

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