Construction Craft Workers are multi skilled trades people who prepare, excavate, backfill, and clean up a worksite. Students will learn safe practices and procedures and gain blueprint reading and worksite communication skills. They will learn procedures for handling equipment and tools safely and for handling and distributing construction materials on site. They will also learn methods and procedures for assembling and dismantling scaffolding, ramps, catwalks, formwork and barricades at construction sites to industry standards of practice and occupational health and safety standards.
Students who complete our structured Pre-Apprenticeship course will receive theory instruction together with the hands-on training methodology taught by highly trained instructors. Areas of study include; safety, construction procedures and building codes.
Program length: 360 hours
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Why PAT Institute?
Our graduates leave the training facility with current technical and safety training, industry standard tools and safety gear, saving both the student and the employer additional costs at the beginning of their career. Graduates' careers will lead into a multitude of options and pathways a few of which are: working in the trades, owning their own businesses, becoming trades inspectors, engineering, or teaching.