Avivo offers eight industry-specific, career and technical training programs at three locations – Minneapolis, St. Paul, and St. Cloud. All students receive a strong foundation in workplace essentials including Microsoft Office. Students are matched with an employment counselor for job search and placement to start their career path upon graduation.
Programs provide industry credentials and range from three weeks to six months, depending on the program. To explore our programs, register for a FREE information session. Referring providers can find more details HERE.
Accounting Support Training Program
Equips individuals with the skills needed to be employed in entry level accounting support positions, including accounts payable and receivable, and billing and payroll.
Core Manufacturing Skills Training Program
Learn the skills needed for entry–level manufacturing and warehousing positions, including electronic assembly, soldering, and shipping and receiving.
IT Support Training Program
Acquire certifications and technical skills needed to start careers in computer and technical support and information technology.
Maintenance Custodial Training Program
Earn credentials, Boilers License, Pool Operator certification, and the skills you’ll need to be employed in areas of general maintenance, including janitorial and custodial positions.
Mechatronics Training Program
Are you interested in a career in mechatronics and mechanical automation? Acquire knowledge and skills plus the OSHA and Forklift certifications – just what is needed to start a career in manufacturing, mechanical automation, and machine maintenance.
Medical Office Support Training Program
Learn the skills you’ll need to be employed in medical office reception, patient registration, and billing and scheduling.
Office Support Specialist Training Program
Acquire the skills needed to start and advance in office support positions, including administrative assistant, clerical, office assistant, and receptionist.
Warehouse Operations Training Program
Credentials and acquired skills will open careers in warehouse operations, including positions in manufacturing, materials handler, shop floor and general labor, shipping and receiving, forklift operator, and more.