Aerospace Workforce Transition Program

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The services offered through the AWT Program prepare the aerospace worker to transition to a new job or new career when the Space Shuttle program ends. AWT services are administered by Brevard Workforce in conjunction with educational institutions, federal agencies, and community organizations.

Prepare Now for Future Opportunities with Career Transition Training

Our research have identified career transition opportunities outside of aerospace in fields including:

• Biotechnology
• Environmental
• Biomedical / Life Science
• Automotive
• Electronics
• Telecommunications
• Geospatial Systems
• Healthcare
• Aviation
• Computers / IT
• Modeling & Simulation
• Construction

Our Services
  • Career guidance
  • Job search skills training
  • Resume review
  • Skills-assessment and labor market information
  • Training or re-training funds (as available and if candidate meets criteria)
  • Interview preparation

    These services are primarily provided through group orientation and workshops.

The AWT Program offers an ongoing variety of workshops on topics such as career planning, resumes, interviewing, and managing change. Pre-registration is required and can be done during your general program registration. For additional information and to pre-register, click here.


Brevard Workforce can help you learn and develop or change skills and capabilities that not only increase your performance and value in the workplace. Science and technology are progressing at such an accelerated rate that it is virtually impossible to stay competitive without a strategy for life-long learning. Whether you decide to stay in aerospace, science and technology, or try something different, educational opportunities are constantly being offered to improve qualifications, bring skills up-to-date, or retrain through:
  • Professional certification
  • Educational programs
  • Career transition training
Brevard Workforce Mobile Unit

The Brevard Workforce Mobile Unit is a self-contained career center on wheels.This technologically advanced facility brings services directly to you! The unit includes twelve computer stations, satellite Internet, printing, copying, and of course, mobility.

Step 1Participants must register for an Employ Florida Marketplace account at If you need assistance with the application, contact a team member on the Brevard Workforce Mobile Unit at KSC (check the website for a location schedule) or go to a Brevard Workforce Resource Room at any of our three Brevard County Offices.
Step 2
Once you have registered at Employ Florida Marketplace, register with the Aerospace Workforce Transition Program. Click here to register. During this registration process, you will choose the services that support your goals.
Step 3
After registering, you will receive a confirmation e-mail with additional information about your choices. An AWT team member will contact you to schedule an appointment. Response times will vary based on the current volume of requests.

KSC Locations

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Mobile Unit

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Brevard Workforce
Programs funded through Brevard Workforce, formerly Brevard Job Link & Brevard Workforce Development Board, Inc., are equal opportunity programs with auxiliary aids and services available upon request to individuals with disabilities. This material was prepared by McBride Woodbridge Marketing for Brevard Workforce under award 04-79-06065 from the Economic Development Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce. Employees of NASA contractors and subcontractors please note that per NASA Procurement, attendance at workshops shall be done on personal time and shall not be charged to work hours or administrative leave hours. Participants must meet criteria for eligibility for the Aerospace Workforce Transition (AWT) Program and must register for an Employ Florida Marketplace account at prior to attending a workshop or receiving services.