Whether your employees are just beginning their careers or they need to keep up with new technology and industry practices, Construction Training from Penn Foster's Workforce Development offers apprentice and topical curricula in construction and facilities maintenance, air conditioning and refrigeration, carpentry, masonry, plumbing, and pipe fitting.
Have your employees take advantage of related technical instruction designed to meet the Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training (BAT) standards.
Each of the recommended programs listed below caters to the training needs of your organization and your environment. Like all Workforce Development training systems, Construction courses are available in print, online, or blended learning environments. View our construction offerings below, and click on a link for more details on each individual program.
Provides students with the fundamental practices and techniques they'll need to master as a successful carpenter.
Covers general skills such as tool use, site preparation, and safety.
Designed to meet the standards established by the Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training (BAT).
Helps trainees perform maintenance tasks within a typical industrial plant or off site at a service location.
Online program trains learners for an entry-level career in residential and light construction field.
Helps student to earn qualification as a Maintenance Helper.
Program trains learners for an entry-level career as an HVACR technician in the residential and light construction field.
Provides training in the installation, repair, and service of heating, ventilating, and air conditioning systems.
Program covers mathematics, machining, drafting, and measurements.
Offers a comprehensive overview of the theory and practice of professional painting.
Provides an in-depth understanding of the tools, equipment, and machinery of the plumbing industry.