Apprenticeship is the original 4-year degree!
The apprenticeship programs at NW College of Construction combine paid on-the-job training with classroom instruction. The first thing that the college does for applicants to the apprenticeship program is place them in a job with a construction contractor (Training Agent). Yes, the college finds a construction job for you.
Once hired by a Training Agent, your status changes from Applicant to Registered Apprentice, making you eligible to enroll as a student at the college and pursue the formal education associated with the construction craft of your choice.
And the education is FREE;
The construction industry pays for your tuition and books (exceptions apply in the HVAC and Sheet Metal programs). Apprentices receive a paycheck, hands-on career training in the craft of their choice, a free education, and upon completion, apprentices receive nationally recognized industry certification as a master craftsperson (Journey Worker).
NW College of Construction provides its students with a practical foundation from which to launch their career or even start their own construction business.
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BECOME A DISTINGUISHED LEADER IN CONSTRUCTION
Northwest College of Construction provides all the training you need to take your career to the next level!
The need for qualified managers is on the rise and NWCOC’s courses are designed to provide companies the tools to develop the next generation. From Fundamentals of Crew Leadership, to Supervisory Training Program (STP), to Project Management, these programs provide an answer to the management shortage crisis impacting companies today.
These programs are all designed for the working manager who has grown into his/her leadership responsibility and now needs to master the knowledge and skills this role demands.
To promote life-long learning by delivering craft, technical, supervisory, management education and career placement services to the construction industry.
The Northwest College of Construction envisions a learning resource where: