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Cal Tech Learning Center

Shown to the left of the Cal-Tech sign is Calvin C. Williams, Sr., as he points to the Cal-Tech Learning Center and Professional safety Training Services, Inc. sign. To the far right of the sign is Pedro J. Pena, a Bilingual Instructor for PSTS, Inc. Standing between Calvin and Pedro are five students from different Environmental Engineering firms that attended a 40-Hour Hazardous Waste Operations & Emergency Response (HAZWOPER) Course. In the rear of the individuals is Building C of which the Cal-Tech Learning Center is located. Calvin C. Williams, II (“Curtis”), Instructor and Vice-president, took the picture and is not in the above photograph.

Professional Safety Training Services (PSTS), Inc. moved into Building C at 102 Browning Lane in Cherry Hill, NJ in July, 1999 from a much smaller building located on Springdale Road in Cherry Hill.  The Cal-Tech learning Center was founded by Calvin C. Williams, Sr. in 2002. A gala grand Opening was held at the building in which many Local, State, Federal Officials and Dignitaries attended. The name “Cal-Tech” was derived from Calvin’s first name.

In addition to Professional Safety Training Services, Inc., there are other business enterprises  founded by Calvin Williams that are also housed within the Cal-Tech Learning Center, i.e., the Universal Speakers Bureau (USB), Professional Safety Consulting Services (PSCS), Environmental & Construction Employment Resource Services (ECERS), and the Employment Assistance Training Services (EATS), Inc., which is a non-profit job rehabilitation program designed to teach and help less-fortunate individuals to learn construction skills, employ them, and teach them how to work safely and productively in order to help themselves to become independent and successful.

Unlike other safety training firms that have to have a quota in order to teach and designated dates for training, PSTS, Inc. conducts 40-Hour HAZWOPER Courses every week starting on Mondays, and ending on Thursdays. 8-Hour Annual OSHA Refresher Courses and other specialized 8-Hour Courses are usually taught on Fridays. However, PSTS, Inc. is flexible and will adjust their training schedules to make it convenient for its clients. Our fees are reasonable.

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