Vermont's Construction Training Resources
THE VALUE OF INDUSTRY CERTIFICATION
INDUSTRY RECOGNIZED CREDENTIALS AND CERTIFICATIONS
Nationally recognized, NCCER’s credentialed course is designed for the new construction hire or laborer, to provide essential craft skills, employability with OSHA 10 safety. This 73-hour curriculum which serves both Construction and the Trades, is taught by an NCCER certified instructor. NCCER is a national certification, which requires written and performance- based assessment for each of 8 modules. NCCER Core Construction Programs are offered in more than 20 locations in Vermont, listed below.
An NCCER credential designed to upskill the Craft Professional to the job of Crew Leader, this course is taught by a certified NCCER instructor at VHV in Winooski (available by video conference also). Please contact Becky Loucks (firstname.lastname@example.org) at VHV for more information or to register.
An NCCER national credential designed for advancement of Crew Leaders, Project Engineers or Estimators to the role of Site Supervisor. Developed in direct response to the Construction Employer Collaborative need to backfill retirees with the NCCER Credential. This course is taught by Certified NCCER Instructors in 85 hours, of 3 parts (25-30 hrs. each) at VHV, in Winooski (also available by video conference).Register for this course by emailing Becky Loucks (email@example.com) or call 802.861.6195.
The Hard Soft Skills
For new or emerging supervisory roles, this is a16 hr course for new leaders offered by Vermont Technical College. It is delivered in 4 sessions, four-hour blocks. Please contact Dianne Percy (firstname.lastname@example.org or 802.236.9161) for more information. See Learning Objectives and Online Registration.
OTHER INDUSTRY RECOGNIZED CREDENTIALS TAUGHT IN VERMONT
Industry Recognized Credential
Craft Professional /
+ Employability skills
Career and Technical Education Centers
Vermont Works for Women
Franklin County Restorative Justice
Math or STEM-related degree
Community College of Vermont
Vermont Technical College
University of Vermont
St Michael’s College
Experience + STEM related degree
(same as above)
FIND A TRAINING PROGRAM NEAR YOU
Vermont Career and Technical Education Centers (Construction, Building & Trades)
ReSOURCE VT (YouthBuild & Construction 101)