The work of construction laborers is becoming more and more technical. The work ranges from skilled to highly skilled, and requires workers to know about all common construction work activities. A lot of them require a high level of training and experience. Check out the course descriptions below to get an idea of what you’ll learn as a construction craft laborer. When you’re ready to get started, just click the Contact button. We’ll be happy to hear from you.
All projects start with a blueprint (also called a “plan” or a “print”). The ability to read and interpret a project plan is a fundamental skill that every construction craft laborer should possess. If you desire to advance in any type of construction work, you must take this training.
This course introduces concepts and conventions that are used in plans and includes:
Concrete is the most widely used construction material due to its unique advantages. Concrete can be mixed in a wide range of specifications to suit any construction application. Concrete in its liquid state can be cast into complex shapes and configurations. It is energy efficient in its production, environmentally friendly, fire and rot resistant and is exceptionally durable.Learn More
Demolition, or razing, is the science and engineering in safely and efficiently tearing down of buildings and other man-made structures. Demolition contrasts with deconstruction, which involves taking a building apart while carefully preserving valuable elements for reuse purposes.Learn More
Forklift safety refers to the safe management of operations of forklifts for protecting operators and other employees working in the vicinity. This is done by following standard operation procedures, minimizing hazards, risks and accidents directly or indirectly related to forklift operations.Learn More
A mason tender is an onsite assistant to a stonemason (mason). The primary responsibilities of a mason tender are to maintain tools, transport materials, and keep the job site clean. You assist the mason in maintaining, repairing, and constructing surfaces and structures made of bricks and stones.Learn More
Rigging involves general crane safety & hazards of operating cranes, rigging plans, the use and inspection criteria for master links, shackles, eyebolts, lifting eyes, slings, sling angles, hitches, spreader bars, and equalizer beams, calculating load weight and center of gravity.
Signaling or Spotting involves power line safety, positioning, craning hazards, hand and verbal crane signaling, meanings, and actions.Learn More
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