Marine Trade Training Course Information
Completing the following information form does not guarantee acceptance into the training program, or an employment offer. Prospective students must also complete the Virginia Career Readiness Certificate WorkKeys Assessment, attend an interview, pass a drug screening and provide reasonable assurance they can obtain security access.
Please answer all of the questions below:
Please describe your employment history and the skills you have developed in those jobs. Please provide information from AT LEAST one previous employer. If you have no prior work experience, please list a personal reference, previous internship, or enter “n/a” if not applicable.
Education & Training
Technical Trade School
Personal Talents and Statement
The PreHire Ship Repair Training courses are designed to help people enter a position in trades work that will provide them with a longterm, stable and rewarding career. Potential students will be selected based on several requirements. Please answer the career interest question below to describe why you believe this is a good career option for you.
If you are accepted into this training program, the answers to the following questions will not be shared with prospective employers:
The physical requirements of training for the ship repair industry may include: using respirator equipment, lifting, kneeling, squatting, climbing, working in confined spaces, working in extreme temperatures, etc.
In order to adhere to the strict safety and quality standards required in the Ship Repair industry, many of the companies who hire students from this program require that their employees are eligible to receive security clearance required by the US Navy. Additionally, the work zone is a drug-free area, and therefore you must pass a drug screening in order to qualify for this training course. The following questions indicate a minimum level of conduct required to enter this training program: