Electrician and Plumber Training session begins September 2019

Mission Statement:

To reach the next generation and others, with the life changing reality of Jesus Christ while training them for technical career opportunities.

Mission Purpose:

To help young people and others who are in need of job skills but, do not have time or financial resources for a long term education by providing certification training for a lucrative career in the trades.

Mission Personality:

Psalm 145:4 “One generation will commend your works to another; they will tell of your mighty acts.”

Career Life Ministry’s personality is one generation obediently mentoring and guiding another generation. It provides an atmosphere of caring and genuine concern for the student’s spiritual future as well as their careers. A low student to staff ratio allows relationships that are more personal.

Instructors and Life Witnesses will provide guidance on life and career experiences from a mature Christian perspective. As part of the ministry’s guidance nature, the ministry will provide special spiritual counseling for those who are struggling with particularly challenging problems in their lives by providing a linkage back to existing Hill Country Bible Church ministries and through River City Hope Street’s counseling ministry.

About the Instructors

CLM instructors are craft professionals with years of experience in the trade they teach. CLM instructors are certified by NCCER.


The Career Life Ministry is in the process of becoming certified as an Accredited Training Sponsor by NCCER. This certification enables us to certify our craft instructors to teach NCCER curricula and to provide sponsorship for other companies and organizations who employ craftsman.

For more information on volunteering as an instructor for Career Life Ministries in the electrical trades, plumbing, welding, or HVAC, please contact John Jarmon at jjarmon7@austin.rr.com.


Saturday’s Only from 8:00 – 4:00

Students successfully completing this class receive an industry-recognized credential from the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) for Electrical Level 1, a 10 hour OSHA card and Electrical Apprentice license. Contact John Jarmon at jjarmon7@austin.rr.com for more information.


  • Material Safety Data Sheets
  • Personal Protection Equipment
  • Hand/Power Tool Use and Safety
  • Conduit Threading and Bending
  • Intro. to the National Electrical Code
  • Circuit Sizing and Wiring
  • Service Entrance Conductor Sizing


We are now offering classes in the plumbing trade.  Participants attend safety classes along with the electrical class  their OSHA safety certifications.

Please contact John Jarmon for more information call 512-394-6428.