Business Continuity Technologies to provide free training to Veterans
Business Continuity Technologies (BCT) a local technology managed services company announces its partnership with DOD SkillBridge program.
Each year approximately 200,000 members of the U.S. Armed Forces, stationed in over 140 military installations in the U.S. and overseas, will separate from active duty and re-enter the civilian work force or pursue higher education.
Through the SkillBridge program, BCT will offer a 12 week training program to military members separating within 180 days at no cost to the service member. The only requirement is that a veteran obtain Command/Service approval.
BCT will assist in your transition from military life to civilian life and offer you technical skills you can use to further your professional career whether that be with us or another business. Our goal is to provide you with basic technical skills that will get you in the door so that you can serve your local community.
“As a veteran, I completely understand how terrifying the transition from military life to civilian life can be” says Melvin Chatman Jr. Executive Director of Operations. “I wanted us to participate in this program as an opportunity to give our separating service members a leg up in the civilian world and help them make a smooth, successful transition that includes hands-on technical training.”
“We are proud to be offering this exciting service to those have given much in their unselfish service to our country, ”says Earle and Lester Keizer, Co-owners of Business Continuity Technologies. “ To have Melvin Chatman Jr. Executive Director of Operations, take the initiative to give oversight of this partnership is clearly an indication of our company’s commitment to serve the Veterans and give back to our local community.”
Business Continuity Technologies will specifically provide:
- Hands-On training in the Information Technology field
- Vendor specific training that can earn you a certification
- Gain experience you can put on a resume to pursue a career in Information Technology
- Obtain real world experience working with civilians
For more information contact Melvin Chatman Jr. at 702-385-9990 or visit our website at bctnv.com