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NO COST 10 Day Supply Chain OSHA 30, Lean 6 Sigma for 4 San Diego Veterans
February 22 @ 9:00 am PST
About this Event
Veterans Transition Support is partnering with Interfaith Community Services to provide a 10 Day Logistics and Supply Chain Specialist course in San Marcos from February 22 – March 5, 2021 (M-F) for four (4) San Diego veterans within 48 months after the end of active service. (Separation Date on DD-214 must be between March 6, 2017 and February 21, 2021)
As the job market continues to struggle with COVID19 it is very important for veterans to have professional credentials like OSHA Safety, LEAN Six Sigma, CPR, and Supply Chain tools that can be applied towards multiple career directions and are increasingly essential for supervisor, coordinator and manager positions.
To qualify for this program a veteran must be a resident of San Diego County
a) have a DD-214 with their end of active service between March 6, 2017 and February 21, 2021. (ie after terminal leave is completed and within 48 months of the end of active service)
This 10 Day Logistics and Supply Chain Specialist course is designed to help any veteran translate their military experience into valuable professional credentials, jargon and business tools that companies value, including:
OSHA 30 Hour General Industry Safety Card valid in all 50 states and does not expire
OSHA 10 Hour Construction Safety Card valid in all 50 states and does not expire
Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt for A3 Problem Solving, Value Stream Maps, Kaizen, 5S, Project Charters, Statistical Process Control, Hourly Performance Boards and Pareto Charts.Supply Chain tools such as SWOT, TOWS, and PEST Analysis, Forecasting Models, Risk Management & FMEA, S&OP, Network Design and ERP systems.CPR AED First Aid certificate
Enrollment is limited to four (4) San Diego veterans and Interested veterans can register at the Eventbrite link below so we can ensure they meet the qualifications and introduce them to the case managers at Interfaith Community Services
Questions can be directed to Russell Levy JD at [email protected]