Carbon County DUI Task Force
Carbon County DUI Task Force provides alcohol service trainings and classes for anyone who works in the alcohol sales and/or service industry. The training is free and required for anyone who is a bar tender, owns a bar, works in a liquor store, or any type of establishment that sells alcohol. This training is required for those who work for any type of establishment that sells alcohol within 90 days of employment.
When they come to Carbon County: As needed
Where: Carbon County Annex Building
Contact: Mary Cameron, 406-446-2500, 10 South Oakes, Red Lodge, MT 59068, firstname.lastname@example.org
Red Lodge Fire Rescue
Red Lodge Fire Rescue provides hand-on training in CPR or First Aid by a certified American Heart Association instructor. Training can vary in length from 2-8 hours according to the type of certification.
Cost: Call to inquire
When they come to Carbon County: They are in Red Lodge
Where: Fire Department (801 N. Broadway, Red Lodge, MT), other locations upon request
Contact: Asano Otsu, 406-446-2320, email@example.com
Rural Employment Opportunities (REO)
REO focuses on helping people realize their hopes for better jobs, better income, and a more secure financial future. REO helps Montanans who want to work, but do not earn enough to live on. Two grant opportunities offer paid training: the National Farmworker Job Program (NFJP) Gran for farm work and the Access Opportunity Grant for high demand jobs.
To qualify for REO grants you must have a dependent under 18 living in your home.
When they come to Carbon County: Every Tuesday 10am-12pm
Where they go: Red Lodge Area Community Foundation
Contact: Cara Birdtail firstname.lastname@example.org , 406-437-2382, 2121 Rosebud Dr. Billings, MT 59102.
RiverStone Health provides a 2 hour food handler training class (this is NOT ServSafe training). This training teaches participants the basics of food safety, proper cleaning techniques, temperature control, and how to prevent bacteria from forming on food.
Even though River Stone does not provide Servsafe training, they do administer the Servsafe exam.
Cost: $10 per person, Special prices for groups (varies by size)
When they come to Carbon County: Upon Request
Where: Various Establishments
Contact: Linda Turner, 406-256-2770, 123 S 27th St, Billings, MT 59101
Callaghan Enterprises conducts ServSafe training and certification. The training deals with food safety when dealing with multiple people. It is a required training for restaurant owners, managers, and supervisors. The class is 9 hours long and covers topics from purchasing, receiving, storing, prepping, and serving food properly.
Costs: $145 per person
When they come to Carbon County: Once in March or April and once in September, October, or November.
Where: The Pollard or Rock Creek
Contact: Mike Callaghan, 406-208-0078, email@example.com
Early Childhood Provider Services (HRDC)
They provide Early Childhood Education/Daycare Certification. Some of the classes they offer include: child guidance, CPR/first aid, professionalism, etc.
Cost: $10 for 2 hours of continuing education training or online classes range from $20-$40.
When they come to Carbon County: Varies, most classes take place in Billings
Where: Varies, most classes take place in Billings
Contact: Barb Perzinski, 406-247-4730
Work Readiness Component (WoRC) (HRDC)
The WoRC program is designed to support individuals who are receiving Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) in their pursuit of self-sufficiency. WoRC offers opportunities for job readiness training, supportive services to address participant identified barriers, and provides one-on-one case management guidance.
When they come to Carbon County: N/A
Contact: Andreia Fischer, 406-247-4732
Experience Works provides job training to people who are low-income and 55+ who want to gain new skills.
Experience Works sits down with individuals and finds out what type of skills/job they would like to gain. After these are identified, Experience Works will find an organization to partner with to place the individual.
When they come to Carbon County: Quarterly, and upon request.
Where they go: Bridger Library, host sights, and anywhere upon request.
Contact: Linda Lang, firstname.lastname@example.org, 927 Broadwater Ave, Billings, MT 59101 (406) 652-3688