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Workforce Development
Updated On: Aug 09, 2007
Journeyman and Apprentice training and recruiting provide skilled Cement Masons and Plasterers for the industry
  • Highly structured curriculum assures that every apprentice is trained in every aspect of the trade.
  • Over half a million dollars is spent on training each year, demonstrating our serious commitment to the future of our industry and its workforce.
  • Journey level upgrade classes give our Cement Masons and Plasterers, and employers, a competitive edge in the latest technologies.
  • Safety training is a key element in everything we do.  OSHA 10 and 30, Confined Space Entry, First Aid, Contact Dermatitis, Silica and Hazard Communication are some of the courses that are required to help keep the workforce safe and our employers' rates down.
  • Outreach to schools, community-based organization, the military, Employment Security and job fairs are all part of our recruitment efforts.
  • Partnerships with industry management groups and other unions have been developed to recruit quality tradespeople.
  • Professional development helps our instructors and administrators stay on the cutting edge of adult education.
  • We offer customized classes for job-specific training, new product training, or the use of our facilities for in-house training.
When you work with us, you get more than a well-trained, skilled workforce - you get a partner committed to a Rock Solid future.


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