LTP Holds First Health & Education Fair In Two Years

Livonia Transmission Plant held its first Health and Education Fair since the pandemic. For two days representatives from local colleges and universities, health care providers and UAW committees provided information about the benefits that they provide.

Wayne State University and the University of Michigan touted their degree programs centered around labor studies. Northwood University and Madonna University along with Schoolcraft College had representatives at the event who were able to tell guests what programs they offered.

A representative from the Inspection Certification Associates had one of the most popular booths, offering guests information on how to become a Home Inspector. The ICA provides courses and licensing for prospective inspectors and can be a lucrative career whether inspectors work part or full time.

Health care providers like Delta Dental, SVS Vision and Blue Cross Blue Shield had representatives present to explain the benefits that their insurance coverage provides.

“Things like this remind people of the information and benefits that are out there available to them, and it lets people know that we care about how they can grow in this company said ESSP Rep Rod Wells. Lunch was also provided along with a small raffle.

Despite heavy rainfall all but ending the event early on the first day, the event had a solid turn out on both days and event organizers hope to hold another event next year