WELCOME TO A BETTER FUTURE

Are you looking for a new and exciting career, that embraces worker dignity and respectable wages?

Look no further than the organized construction industry.

Training is an important part of your career. The organized construction industry offers opportunities to earn while you learn. That means when you begin your apprenticeship you will be paid to learn the skills of your trade. Apprenticeship programs last up to five years and during that time, you are becoming proficient in your chosen craft – through classroom training, job shadowing and job site training, you will learn all you need for a life-long (something) career.

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What is an Apprenticeship?

An apprentice is an individual who learns a crafts through classroom instruction and on-the-job training. Classes are taught by men and women who are skilled in that trade while on-the-job training is overseen by construction professionals.

Unlike other training programs, apprentices are paid while developing their skills. And as your skills increase, so does your pay level. Another benefit, when you complete your apprenticeship, you are debt free.

How to get started?

Whether you know what craft you would like to enter or even if you haven’t decided, this website is designed to answer all your questions regarding your career in the construction industry. There are 15 different crafts to choose from. Each one is explained in detail so you can choose which one is right for you.

Benefits of a construction career

Learn a craft through classroom instruction and on-the-job training, without the burden of student loans. Get paid while you learn. Classes are taught by men and women skilled in the trade, while on-the-job training is overseen by construction professionals.

Unlike other training programs, apprentices are paid while developing their skills. And, as your skills increase, so does your pay level. When you complete your apprenticeship, you are debt free!

Ready to find the right construction job for you?

Click below to learn about the different building trade categories