Black River Technical College (BRTC) Career and Technical Center (CTC) students recently earned ACT WorkKeys National Career Readiness Certificates (NCRC).
The ACT WorkKeys National Career Readiness Certificate is an assessment-based credential issued at four levels; Platinum, Gold, Silver, and Bronze. The NCRC measures and certifies the essential work skills needed for success in jobs across industries and occupations. With an NCRC, you can build confidence that your skills meet the needs of employers, show prospective employers’ concrete proof of the skills you have, apply real-world use to coursework from the classroom, determine skill improvement and training needs, improve the opportunities for career changes and advancement, and earn college credit at many institutions and reach academic goals more quickly, according to act.org.
BRTC CTC welding student, Pocahontas High School senior Bishop Percell earned the ACT WorkKeys NCRC at the platinum level.
BRTC CTC welding student, Maynard High School senior Avery Baiza and BRTC CTC/Machine Tool Technology student, Piggott High School junior Aaron Mauldin earned the ACT WorkKeys NCRC at the gold level.
BRTC CTC students that earned the ACT WorkKeys NCRC at the silver level are Riley Benson, Jonathan Copher, Camden Gramling, and Ashton Reed.
BRTC CTC students that earned the ACT WorkKeys NCRC at the bronze level are William Bolla, Deacon Parnell, Landon Rawls, Ashton Rogers, and Cecil Wicker.
For more information on BRTC’s CTC program contact Darenda Kersey at (870) 248-4185 or email at email@example.com.