Pilot Recycling Empowerment Program (P.R.E.P.)
Is a part of our employment skills training and will be a FREE SERVICE to the community provided through various workshops that will introduce individuals to high demand jobs that will enable them to compete in today’s complex job market.
P.R.E.P. is a self-sustaining in house Pilot Recycling Empowerment Program. P.R.E.P. serves our community by recycling unwanted computers and electronics, while preventing landfill pollution. P.R.E.P. provides an opportunity for qualified customers to participate and learn a new job skill by disassembling and refurbishing unwanted computers and electronics.
P.R.E.P. was established to assist and place computers in homes in low income, and social-economical challenge families. We believe that any child that desires to have a computer will get one. We will strive to work with various community partners to ensure that we meet or exceed the expectations of the community.
Length of course: 5 weeks
Hours of operation: Monday – Saturday 9am – 6pm
- Introduction to Computers
- Introduction to Computer Hardware
- Introduction to Computer Operating Systems
- Introduction to Computer Logic Problems
- Final Test
At the end of the course a certificate on completion will be award to those who complete each course and will be recorded with our administrative department for verification purposes.