*** Training Postponed ***
Due to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak, the Harambee House is following the lead of local and state government and is postponing the start of our Environmental Careers Worker Training Program (ECWTP) for two weeks.
The training program will begin on
March 30 and run through June 20, 2020.
Please check this website for updates!
We are now accepting applications for our annual
Environmental Careers Worker Training Program!
The 2020 Environmental Careers Worker Training Program (ECWTP) runs from March 16 until June 6, 2020.
Sign-up NOW for training in environmental awareness and sustainability. Based on OSHA, EPA and HazWoper standards, the training provided to participants develops an understanding of:
OSHA safety regulations;
hazardous materials (HazMat) awareness;
the proper use and requirements of personal protective equipment (PPE);
regulations on renovating and repairing household structural issues;
identifying and mitigating the hazards of mold, lead paint and asbestos in our homes, schools, and workplaces;
preparing for emergencies and disasters like floods, hurricanes, tornadoes, infectious disease,
refresher certification for lead paint and asbestos workers already in the field
renewal for contractors performing Renovate, Repair and Paint (RRP) work in Georgia
The Harambee House, Inc. / Citizens for Environmental Justice (CFEJ) is
presenting its annual Environmental Careers Worker Training Program (ECWTP)
to all Savannah residents.
Come, be a part of the most life-changing job training experience in Savannah!
Review the flyer below for more details.
The ECWTP provides the training required for any adult, 18 years or older, to enter this growing and lucrative field with competitive job skills. Take advantage of this opportunity and contact the Harambee House, Inc. at 912.233.0907, or fill out the following form.
A CFEJ representative will contact you.
The Harambee House, Inc / Citizens for Environmental Justice (HH/CFEJ) is a Savannah-based non-profit with over two decades of practice helping people create safe, clean, healthy and sustainable communities that promote wellness, economic well-being, and environmental justice.
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