Step 3 offers some tools and links that can help you find information about education
and training programs as well as the providers that offer them.
If you used Step 2's Occupation Profile and were informed of the type of program and the years of schooling
needed, or you already know the types of new skill requirements you are seeking, then
you can use the link to the Connecticut Education & Training ConneCTion to find specific programs, courses, and training providers.
The other sections in Step 3 such as Education Resources, Financial Aid, School to Career,
and Apprenticeship and Military Careers provide links for you to gather even more information about education and training
for your chosen occupation.
- Education Resources provides links to information on institutions of higher education and training
- Financial Aid provides links to assist you in finding funding sources for furthering your education.
- School to Career provides links that focus on your transition from school into a career, and
provide insight into what course-work and skills employers are looking for.
- Apprenticeship provides specific information on what it takes to progress from being an apprentice to
becoming a journey person, and license requirements for journey persons.
- Military Careers provides information on educational opportunities in military careers.
By utilizing both the Education & Training ConneCTion and the other links on this page you will be able to find a training program
and provider that fits your needs, and exposure to available financial aid to help you pay for your schooling.