Every year, a group of our Cadets attend the Carpenters' Apprentice Training Center, where they are given hands-on experience in carpentry, welding, and floor-covering installation.
Below are just some of the benefits of the Construction Trades Apprentice Programs that are presented to the Cadets:
…spend time indoors, outdoors, in confined spaces, on the ground, or hundreds of feet in the air. They must be able to work with others, plan ahead, visualize a completed project, work without close supervision and adapt to a fast-paced, ever-changing, sometimes dangerous construction environment. Physical strength, mechanical aptitude, initiative and a positive attitude are traits of successful construction tradespeople.
Construction Trades Apprentice Programs have basic admission requirements which could include some or all of the following:
- Application fee (approximately $10-$20)
- Birth Certificate
- Social Security Card
- Valid Driver’s License
- High School Grade Transcript or GED Certificate Test Results
- DD-214 if a Veteran
- Pass Drug Test
- Mechanical Aptitude Tests
Construction Trades Apprentice Programs are Post-Secondary Education Programs, only better!
- PAID on the job training and classroom training.
- Benefits such as healthcare and contributions toward your retirement.
For more information, contact Mary Gregory, Alliance of Construction Professionals
at 419-241-2907, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org