BY Construction Training – EMCC Spring 2024

Indiana is projected to have more than 100,000 construction job openings in the coming years. The BY Training Program prepares students to be skilled and confident for a career in construction. The program utilizes NCCER’s Core Curriculum: 80 hours of coursework that is a combination of flexible classroom learning and onsite performance verifications.

  • 25
    Mar
    9 weeks, Mon & Tue 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    Indianapolis
    Session information
    Sessions
    Session 1
    Mon 25 Mar 17:00 - Mon 25 Mar 21:00
    Indianapolis
    Session 2
    Tue 26 Mar 17:00 - Tue 26 Mar 21:00
    Indianapolis
    Session 3
    Mon 01 Apr 17:00 - Mon 01 Apr 21:00
    Indianapolis
    Session 4
    Tue 02 Apr 17:00 - Tue 02 Apr 21:00
    Indianapolis
    Session 5
    Mon 08 Apr 17:00 - Mon 08 Apr 21:00
    Indianapolis
    Session 6
    Tue 09 Apr 17:00 - Tue 09 Apr 21:00
    Indianapolis
    Session 7
    Mon 15 Apr 17:00 - Mon 15 Apr 21:00
    Indianapolis
    Session 8
    Tue 16 Apr 17:00 - Tue 16 Apr 21:00
    Indianapolis
    Session 9
    Mon 22 Apr 17:00 - Mon 22 Apr 21:00
    Indianapolis
    Session 10
    Tue 23 Apr 17:00 - Tue 23 Apr 21:00
    Indianapolis
    Session 11
    Mon 29 Apr 17:00 - Mon 29 Apr 21:00
    Indianapolis
    Session 12
    Tue 30 Apr 17:00 - Tue 30 Apr 21:00
    Indianapolis
    Session 13
    Mon 06 May 17:00 - Mon 06 May 21:00
    Indianapolis
    Session 14
    Tue 07 May 17:00 - Tue 07 May 21:00
    Indianapolis
    Session 15
    Mon 13 May 17:00 - Mon 13 May 21:00
    Indianapolis
    Session 16
    Tue 14 May 17:00 - Tue 14 May 21:00
    Indianapolis
    Session 17
    Mon 20 May 17:00 - Mon 20 May 21:00
    Indianapolis
    Session 18
    Tue 21 May 17:00 - Tue 21 May 21:00
    Indianapolis
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Description

Indiana is projected to have over 100,000 construction job openings in the coming years. The BY Training Program prepares students to be skilled and confident for a career in construction. The program utilizes NCCER’s Core Curriculum: 80 hours of coursework that is a combination of flexible classroom learning and onsite performance verifications. Applicants who successfully complete all program requirements would receive the NCCER Core Credential (basic safety, construction math, hand and power tools, construction drawings, material handling, and communication skills) and the OSHA 10 certification. Students in our program will be well informed of pathways for all aspects of construction and will be connected to employers and training centers that will provide them with opportunities for a career in construction. Construction employers attend class sessions and students can participate in a hiring event at the end of the program.

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