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SOUIS - (May 31, 2017) - Charter Communications, Inc. CHTR ) will be added today as Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens announces expansion schedules for the company's Broadband Technician Apprenticeship Program across Charter's 41-state services. Broadband Technician Apprenticeship Program includes face-to-face, on-line and on-the-job trainings for charter engineers who wish to continue their career with Charter.
Volunteers participating in the GI Bill programme can get GI Bill advantages while earning a salary check from Charter and building career with the business. "Committed to providing a superior client service environment, our dedication to the craft of our people is essential," said Charter President and Chief Operating Officer John Bickham.
"When it comes to so many of the most important craft skills, the vets who work at Charter are best in class: timeliness, love of detail, ingenuity and communications. The Green Government will honour volunteers and talk to Charter staff at the company's new St Ann Engineering Centre, which opened in autumn 2016.
"I am an inspiring veteran and former Navy SEAL to see this enormous Charter efforts to provide our men and men militaries with a way for post-military careers to grow, education to improve, and performance to excel, while at the same time using a precious GI asset to help build a larger force here in Missouri," said Gov.
Charter's Broadband Technician Apprenticeship Program is focused on several areas that are critical to a technician's day-to-day work: support, security, and the capabilities needed to complete installation and maintenance assignments. Over 1,000 staff are currently registered via charter schemes in five states, among them Kansas City, Mo., as part of the Broadband Apprenticeship Program.
In total, the enterprise employs more than 11,500 veterinary surgeons, about 13 per cent of the more than 92,000 staff. Charter is proud to work with several premier veteran service organisations which include Chartering Our Heroes, Military Spouse Employment Partnership, Mission Media, Partnership for Youth Success, RallyPoint, Recruit Military and Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW).
Over the next four years, Overall Charter is planning to employ 20,000 people as the firm relocates former Time Warner Cable call centre job back to the U.S., outsources its staff and expands to satisfy client demands for its Spectrum service. Charter International (NASDAQ: CHTR) is a premier broad-band communications provider and the second biggest U.S. wire carrier.
Charters offers a wide array of progressive broad-band utilities, with Spectrum TV at TV?, Spectrum Accessibility at TV? and Spectrum Voice?. Enterprises can also benefit from Spectrum's scaleable, customized and cost-effective broad-band communications solution, which includes business-to-business web connectivity, information networks, enterprise telephones, home movies, audio and voice, and streaming communications.
Charter's marketing and manufacturing activities are marketed under the Spectrum Reach? name. For more information about charter, please visit charter.com.