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Apply to Job Training

Job Training students are enrolled on a monthly basis and receive individual assistance from career coaches and professors to determine which training plan is best for them. Nearing completion of the program, we make sure these students receive job placement assistance.

Steps to Apply

If this is your academic and career plan, you are considering one of the following Job Training programs:

  • Automotive Technician
  • Computer Support Technician
  • Construction Electrician
  • Machinist/CNC Technician
  • Residential Construction
  • Welding/Fabrication Technician

Step 1

Step 2

Complete WorkKeys Assessment Pre-Requisite*

*You must have already applied to a Job Training Program in order to schedule a WorkKeys Assessment appointment.

Schedule WorkKeys testing

You may schedule an appointment by calling (616) 234-3800. Students graduating from a Michigan high school since 2010 may have completed WorkKeys assessments. You can submit a copy of your results to, fax to (616) 234-4435 or mail to 622 Godfrey Ave., SW, Grand Rapids, MI 49503.

If you believe you have previously taken the WorkKeys assessments, you can request a copy of your results from ACT by calling (800) 967-5539

Step 3  

GRCC accepts cash, check, financial aid, third party funding or credit/debit card. Three month payment plans are also available.  Tuition is due 30 days prior to the course start date. 

The Job Training Programs at GRCC are Federal Financial Aid Eligible.  To apply for Federal Student Aid & Federal Direct Student Loans:

Steps to enroll in classes

Step 1

Create an Online Center Account at

Step 2

Enroll in Class

Term:  2021-2022 Job Training/Apprentice

How do I Enroll in Class? 

Step 3

Attend New Student Orientation – instructions will be sent via email after you are enrolled in a course.

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