DOTHAN, Ala. (WTVY) — Wallace Community College announced they will now offer three training and certification programs for students intending to enter the construction industry. Go Build Alabama, an ongoing campaign of the Alabama Construction Institute, has partnered with Wallace to help promote these new courses, which received funding through the Alabama Construction Craft Training Board.
Students can enroll in one or more of three courses offered — OSHA 10 Construction Certification, NCCER Core Curriculum and NCCER Electrical Level 1 training. Scholarships are available to qualified participants.
OHSA 10 Construction Certification
Enrollment: Nov. 1–Dec. 20, 2018
Training: Jan. 7-10, 2019
NCCER Core Curriculum
Enrollment: Nov. 1, 2018-Jan. 4, 2019
Training: Jan. 14-March 21, 2019
NCCER Electrical Level 1
Enrollment: Nov. 1, 2018-March 15, 2019
Training: March 21-Aug. 16, 2019
“We are honored to be awarded a grant allowing us to host students wanting to further their trade education,” said Joe Johnson, director of Workforce Development at Wallace Community College. “Adequate training is a crucial part of developing a skilled, dedicated workforce in our state, and Wallace is committed to help achieve that goal.”
Courses are designed to teach students about the basics of commercial and industrial construction. All tools and materials will be provided.
“We are excited for these new opportunities that Wallace Community College is offering to students pursuing a career in the construction field,” said Jason Phelps, executive director of Go Build Alabama. “There are more than 7 million Americans employed in the construction trade, and it is our goal to encourage and educate those that will continue to develop this industry.”
For more information or to apply for the courses, please call 334.556.2203.