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Explore Construction Careers with Industry Pros!
Call to Enroll Today! Space is limited!
Are you curious about the rewarding, dynamic and lucrative careers available to those ‘Born to Build’? Young adults contemplating jobs in the ‘real world’ of construction will greatly benefit from this hands-on experience. Industry professionals will lead discussions and field trips to active job sites!
Applicant Qualifications (minimum):
Upon Completion Students will Earn/Obtain:
3-Week Camp Dates:
July 8-26, 2013
Carpentry | Paving | Concrete Finishing | Flagging
Bridge Building & Maintenance | Heavy & Light Equipment
Masonry | Laborer / PipeLayer | First Aid/CPR
Check out the cool video from last years camp!
Our leadership programs give you the tools to communicate effectively, manage sub-vendors and crews, run projects, and control budgets.
Apprenticeship & Craft Development
Our craft programs teach you everything you need to know to master core trade skills and learn how to handle craft tools and equipment safely.
Safety programs save businesses lives and money! Keep your business in compliance and show your employees you care about their well being.
Assessments help employers find out if a person has the right skills needed for the job. We offer a comprehensive series of assessments for your reference.
I took the Project Management course at the Northwest College of Construction to gain a better understanding of managing and directing projects and in doing so, to help my company by filling a larger role on the job site.
This course broadened my skill base by providing in-depth training for my current job responsibilities including Estimating, Scheduling and Job Management. In addition, the course addressed areas I’m not typically involved with, such as Contract Negotiations, Bid Processing and Client Management – all of which I found to be useful tools.
The instructor, Doug Wiser, has a vast knowledge of construction management, which he has acquired from many years in the construction industry. I would recommend this course to anyone looking for advancement in their company or to improve their own management efficiency.
— Dennis Cleaver, Foreman/Superintendent, R & H Construction