A Sustainable Workforce Starts With You

Renewing the Workforce

Construction is a large and complex worldwide industry constantly shaped by new information technologies, advanced materials, environmental policies, regulations and changing building methods. Most importantly, though, construction is shaped by people. Sustaining a strong industry requires attracting and valuing a skilled, career-driven, high quality workforce... who also like to build! How is the construction industry attracting the skilled workforce for future growth market demands? Do prospective candidates see construction as a viable career choice?

A high school construction program can be a game-changer for students and the surrounding community. Here are a few reasons why construction is a great choice for starting or...
Safety encompasses more than one or two things and attending a Toolbox talk now and then. Safety is both an individual, personal responsibility and an employer responsibility....
Chamberlin Roofing & Waterproofing was presented with the opportunity to be featured on The Builders’ Table Podcast. Bradley Rowan, Director of Training & Development, and...
WASHINGTON, Jan. 31—The construction industry will need to attract an estimated 501,000 additional workers on top of the normal pace of hiring in 2024 to meet the demand for labor...
Authored by Ed Davidson and originally posted on LinkedIn:Yep...There ya have it folks...The 1930's...when men were men and falls were just as deadly!The construction of the...
NCCER celebrated many major achievements in 2023 including working toward their mission of providing rigorous and relevant workforce development solutions by releasing several new...
The C3 Craft Training Endorsement Program follows a process that allows a company to self-assess its current state and then apply for endorsement at the desired level by...
The National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) released its new Construction Superintendent Certification Program, a cutting-edge online addition to...
Authored by Ed Davidson and originally posted on LinkedIn:Ummmm....Not good...When shoring walls collapse, nothing good comes from it!Nobody was injured when a shoring wall...