Stewart Painting Academy April Two Day Apprentice Boot Camp

Great opportunity to start at a new trade...

Stewart Painting Academy will offering their Two-Day Apprentice Boot Camp on Saturday, April 22nd and April 29th from 7 am – Noon at Stewart Painting at 379 Iyannough Road, Unit 7, in Hyannis.

 The course will be $75 and, for those that complete the course, they will receive a toolkit worth more than $75 and an opportunity to get a job with a local painting company. Additionally, if they are hired by Stewart Painting, the $75 fee will be refunded.  For those not hired, they will now have all the skills necessary to be a valuable asset to any painting company.

“This is a great opportunity for a person to learn the industry, leave with marketable skills and their own tool set, and an opportunity to work for us or take their talents to another painting company,” said Sheldon Stewart, President of Stewart Painting. “This is an ideal program for high school and college students, U.S. Veterans, and others looking to learn a trade and work a full time job with benefits.”

The Boot Camp will include classroom education including PDCA (Painting Decorating Contractors of America) standards, and hands on skills training.  Upon completion, you will receive a certificate of training from Stewart Painting Academy and a starter toolkit.  Some may be offered an apprentice position with Stewart Painting, others will be able to take their new skills to work for themselves or another painting company. 

Class size is limited, reserve your space and pay online at www.stewartpaint.com or call 508-362-8023.


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