Professional Labor Support training begins with safety education, designed to retain professionals by proactively preventing workplace accidents. All members of the team are required to complete 18 hours of safety training, at no cost to the professional, before they step foot on a project.
Tuition assistance and the opportunity to develop trade skills through the Associated Builders and Contractors Apprenticeship and Craft Training programs is also provided. These programs meet all federal and state requirements for formal apprenticeship training and prevailing wage work, including employee-sponsored classroom instruction and on-the-job training. Upon successful completion, the craft professionals are recognized for their achievements and awarded their apprenticeship certificate.