Apprenticeship

Apprenticeship & Craft Training (more about this)

WTCABC is committed to a well-trained, well-educated construction workforce. To that end, we have operated an apprenticeship program since 1987 approved by the Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training (BAT) of the U.S. Department of Labor. Our program currently offers apprenticeship in 12 different trades and is accredited by the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER).

 

In addition to craft training, WTCABC is a certified skills assessment center and has the flexibility to design a craft training program to fit our members' specific needs. Skills assessment and performance evaluations can help you determine if employees are deficient in certain tasks and need additional training or can provide a valuable certification for highly qualified employees. To learn more, click here.

 

Management Education (more about this)

The chapter's commitment to education extends to the management of our member companies. Through various management education courses and seminars suggested, the chapter strives to enhance the effectiveness of management personnel. This year, the chapter is offering Introduction to Blueprint Reading, Commercial Construction Estimating, Project Management and Superintendent Training applicable to both general contractors and subcontractors. To view a course outline or to register, click here. The chapter has or will offer more than 20 management-level seminars this year. To see our complete list of management seminars, click here.

To learn more, contact Amber Harris at amber@wtcabc.org

Careers in Construction (more about this)

From management to professional to skilled trades there is tremendous opportunity in the construction industry. Individuals looking for a management or administrative job in construction may post resumes and apply for positions through the WTCABC Job Board.

Those looking for training in carpentry or electrical may apply for our training programs, which include efforts to place applicants who qualify with a potential employer.

If you just want to know more about the possibilities in construction click here to go to Trytools.org.

To learn more about any of these educational opportunities, please contact us at (901) 794-9212 or e-mail us at amber@wtcabc.org