Eddie Warrior Corrections Center
Transportation, Distribution, Logistics and Manufacturing Academy
- Using computer-based curricula, students progress through Basic Computer training, WASP Inventory control methods and Lean Manufacturing Concepts to prepare for employment in manufacturing. Students enrolled in the Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics portion of the program will learn warehousing and material handling methods as well as all aspects of warehouse safety and maintenance. All students receive hands-on training in the use of tools, and precision-measuring devices are integrated into various modules. In addition, the student will gain certifications in Forklift Operation, and the OSHA 10 hour industry recognized safety program. The enrollment capacity for this program is 30 students and program length is 6-8 months.
This training began on October 27, 2008. This program began as a public/private partnership and was partially funded by a grant from the George Kaiser Family Foundation, a private foundation in the Tulsa, Oklahoma community.
Mabel Bassett Corrections Center
- The Licensed Trades program prepares female students for employment in maintenance or construction by teaching them industry specific competencies. Students get hands-on experience with industry specific equipment. The program length is 8-12 months.