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Building Minds. Building Futures.

Now offering workforce certification training in


A comprehensive safety program designed for anyone involved in the construction industry. Ideal for safety directors, foremen, and field supervisors, the program provides complete information on safety compliance issues.


Learn to Interpret blueprints and building specifications to map layout for pipes, drainage systems, and other plumbing materials. Installs pipes and fixtures, such as sinks and toilets, for water, gas, steam, air, or other liquids.


Scaffolders put up and take down scaffolding. This allows other workers to reach the higher levels of buildings during construction, cleaning, and renovation projects. If you’ve got a head for heights, are physically fit and would like a practical job in construction, this could be ideal for you. In this job you would need to be able to follow instructions carefully,

work well in a team and understand the importance of safe working practice.


Learn to install wiring and troubleshoot electrical problems in peoples’ homes. Those who work in new-home construction install outlets and provide access to power where needed. Those who work in maintenance and remodeling typically repair and replace faulty equipment.


Flaggers are men and women along roads and highways who help traffic keep flowing through a construction zone, despite a shutdown of lanes. Flaggers often work in teams, with each person controlling the flow of traffic in a certain direction.


Learn to install and repair home heating and air quality systems, as well as refrigeration systems