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NCCER - Core Construction

Date

April 8, 2013 8:00 am - April 26, 2013 8:00 am

Location

Construction throughout the country is the heart and blood of commerce.  The individuals that delicately sort, separated, pack, and transport these products require a well rounded skill set that includes the use of hand tools, operation of forklifts, and computer software and hardware that tracks goods as they travel from the manufacture’s warehouse to the shelves of stores.  The course(s) described below are the basis for this education. 
The course work is divided into three levels of training including employment skills, safety and tools, and construction training modules.  These modules are designed to build upon each other and are delivered over the course of several weeks.  At the conclusion of Level 2, students will be required to work in a hands-on construction setting for 16 hours prior to their graduation.