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NRCA University Webinars

The National Roofing Contractors Association now has NRCA University. This is an online webinar library that can help you improve on your business operations.

For more information visit https://www.nrca.net/education.


Quickbooks on Demand training

Casey Peterson & Associates offer flexible quickbooks training to help you get organized.

For more information visit https://www.caseypeterson.com/resource-center/quickbooks-trainings.

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OSHA Trenching and Excavation Safety

 

Educational Resources

Updated guide available:

Trenching and Excavation Safety

 

An unprotected trench can be an early grave. Learn how to keep workers safe. www.osha.gov

Trench and excavation work are among the most hazardous operations in construction. Because one cubic yard of soil can weigh as much as a car, an unprotected trench can be an early grave. OSHA's updated guide to Trenching and Excavation Safety* highlights key elements of the applicable workplace standards and describes safe practices that employers can follow to protect workers from cave-ins and other hazards. A new section in the updated guide addresses safety factors that an employer should consider when bidding on a job. Expanded sections describe maintaining materials and equipment used for worker protection systems as well as additional hazards associated with excavations.



OSHA Focuses on Women in Construction

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) have signed an alliance agreement with the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) focused on safety and health issues specific to females. The alliance will develop compliance assistance tools and resources on musculoskeletal hazards, sanitation, and personal protective equipment (PPE.) Follow this link to view the alliance web page, https://www.osha.gov/alliances/nawic/nawic

Additionally, after receiving a recommendation from the Advisory Committee on Construction Safety and Health (ACCSH), OSHA started a Women in Construction web page. This website addresses safety and health hazards faced by females that create barriers to construction industry employment. OSHA's new Women in Construction website can be viewed at https://www.osha.gov/women-in-construction


NAIL GUN SAFETY

The information in this publication is based on NIOSH supported research; Nail Gun Safety: A Guide for Construction Contractors (NIOSH Publication No. 2011–202/OSHA Publication No. 3459–8–11); and focus group discussions with residential building subcontractors, safety specialists and workers. New nail gun users must receive safety training, not just a copy of this publication. Safety training requirements are described in detail in Nail Gun Safety: A Guide for Construction Contractors and can be viewed and printed or downloaded from www.cdc.gov/niosh/docs/2011-202/.

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Wyoming Safety Improvement Fund

A program offered by Wyoming OSHA – Risk Management that can help businesses implement health and safety training or help them to purchase health and safety equipment beyond regulatory requirement. Up to $10,000 per applicant is available per year, while funds are available. The employer must match 10 percent and any cost exceeding the limit.

For more information contact:
Department of Workforce Services
Wyoming OSHA – Risk Management
1510 E. Pershing Blvd., West Wing,
Cheyenne, Wyoming 82002
307.777.7786
Wyomingworkforce.com

Concrete Classes

Sponsored by: The American Concrete Institute

ACI eLearning

ACI eLearning courses are based on information from industry experts who combine their knowledge on topics with real-world experiences to develop courses that present concepts that are applicable to your projects. These interactive courses include videos, quizzes, simulations, and supplemental reference materials.

 Visit our Website acielearning.org.

 

Dakota Asphalt Paving Association

Concrete Related Training and Conference
SD DOT BITUMINOUS CERT
ND DOT BITUMINOUS CERT
CALENDAR
DAPA CONFERENCE

South Dakota Ready Mix Concrete Association Events and Training

Concrete Related Training and Events

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Electrical Apprenticeship Classes and Journeyman Exam Prep

Sponsored by: AE Tech Electrical Training Center

AETech's Electrical Apprentice Program has been designed with You in mind!

AETech provides an alternative education for the beginning electrician. We understand that not every individual has a schedule or resources to attend a two year Technical School. So we designed a full-time day-time program that allows you to spend your entire day studying the topics that are of interest to you and will speed you toward your goal of employment in an interesting, great-paying career as an electrician. We spend the full day on the technical topics necessary to your success and do not require you to spend any time repeating General Education Classes similar to what you have probably taken in the past. Those same General Education Courses were an important part of your over-all learning experience in the past, but our program makes full use of your time to fill your days with the technical education you need to start your future NOW. This is why we are able to help you complete this training program in four months, NOT a matter of years.

 At AETech we believe that hands-on training is the key to success! 

We have Electrical training labs from:

• Electrical Theory
• Residential Wiring
• Commercial Wiring
• Conduit Bending
• Motor Control
• And much more!

At AETech, We understand that not every individual has a schedule or resources to attend

a 2 year Technical School with General Education Classes.

So we designed a full-time Apprentice Program with no General Education Classes

that an individual can complete in 4 months, NOT years.

Certifications and License

• Completion Certificate per level   

        1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Electrical Apprentice Training.

• South Dakota  Eleectrical Apprentice License

 • CPR Certification

• Construction Safety and Health OSHA 10 hour Training

Start your Career as an Electrician Today!

• After completion of our In Class Training, 4-years of on the job work experience

as an Apprentice Electrician is required to qualify you to take the Journeymen State license exam.

Visit our Website aetech.com and like us on facebook.

Asbestos Certification and Awareness

Asbestos, Lead and Mold Awareness training.
Asbestos Certification Training
Anderson Environmental Services
Dave Anderson
1720 Country School Pl., Spearfish, SD 57783
(605) 580-6374

Casper College Center for Training and Development

OSHA and Professional Development Training
Training and Development Home Page

Western Dakota Technical College

Construction Training and Certification

Construction and Manufacturing Trades

Computer Aided Design

Construction Technology

Drafting and Machining Technology

Electrical Trades

HVAC & Refrigeration Technology

Plumbing Technology

Precision Machining Technology

Welding and Fabrication

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Short Term Options available for:


Construction Technology

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Plumbing Technology

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Lake Area Technical College

Construction Training and Certification

Building Trades Technology

Welding Technology

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Environmental Technology

UpSkill Certifications 

CDL

Welding

Mitchell Technical College

Construction Training and Certification

Construction & Manufacturing Technologies

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Progressive Welding Technology

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Electrical Construction and Maintenance

Southeast Technical College

Construction Training and Certification

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