METROPOLITAN TRAINING ALLIANCE
TRAINING TOMORROW'S TECHNICAL WORKFORCE
Sponsored by Metropolitan Training Alliance
What is ICP?
(Industrial Certification Program)
An entry level career skills program required for all students enrolled in a MTA training program. Upon successful completion students obtaina MTA completion certification, WorkKeys Job Readiness certificate, DOL Pre-apprenticeship certification, an OSHA 10 certification, a National Safety Council Forklift license and Work Readiness certificate. Successful participants will qualify for enrollment into one of three MTA/Ranken training programs.
ICP classes cover:
Who can participate?
Graduating high school Seniors from target school districts that can attend an in-school ICP class.
How does the program work?
*NOTE: All programs are DESE Certified through Ranken Tech.
What is the school’s role?
Student: Provides the opportunity to learn the skills necessary to become skilled professional workers and obtain technical jobs.
MTA: Satisfy the St. Louis regions increasing demand for a skilled workforce
MODESE: Career Education Programs, Common Criteria 1 Programs of Study-Quality Indicator 1, 3 and 4.
For additional information about MTA and the ICP/CAP programs please feel free visit their website, www.mtastlouis.org, or contact:
Jacob Johnson, President/CEO
6347 Plymouth Avenue Saint Louis, MO 63133 314-746-0886 314-746-0837 fax firstname.lastname@example.org