As the construction industry grapples with an ongoing labour shortage, the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT) is making strides to attract more young people to the skilled trades through a variety of outreach programs … about Advancing Construction’s Future Workforce One Student At A Time
Equipping students with the skills they need to succeed in the construction industry is rewarding. It’s especially true for instructor Robert Streatch of New Brunswick Community College (NBCC), who has more than a dozen combined … about Preparing Students For A Successful Career In Construction
The construction industry has weathered the COVID-19 storm quite well, to put it mildly. Tradie recruitment is now at its highest level in 12 years. With health guidelines in place, the industry could soldier on … about Australia’s Most In-Demand Trades
The Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) and Procore’s Construction Education team have partnered to pilot a series of continued education courses to the industry, starting with local AGC chapters in Texas.
COVID-19 has significantly affected job prospects for youth pondering careers in the hospitality and restaurant industries. However, the construction industry might be able to benefit from that.
Jobsite recently spoke with HITT Futures Program Manager Sarah Schmitt about how the company adapted their internship program in the face of adversity during the pandemic.
Jobsite recently spoke with Diana Eidenshink, President of the ACE Mentor Program, and Paulette Dallas, ACE’s Western Regional Director, to discuss the organization’s shift to the virtual environment.
In the four-part series entitled, Virtual Construction Education 101, Procore partners and education specialists share their challenges, results, and silver linings of continuing education through the pandemic.