Get FREE training to begin a rewarding career in construction
Gain an understanding of what it takes to work in the construction industry and learn about what construction workers do. Learn about a wide range of topics including safety and the range of employment opportunities fueling the industry. We will prepare you to earn industry-recognized certifications during the program training, which will provide you the opportunity for career advancement or the start of a new career. Training is made available in partnership with Rebuild Florida.
Visit the Rebuild Florida website to see if you qualify for free training. Apply today and launch your new career. Apply online here.
- Equipment Operator
- Construction Helper/Worker
- Grounds Maintenance Worker
- Get hands-on training, no matter your level of experience.
- Gain industry-recognized training in a classroom setting, using industry-recognized tools and materials.
- Get prepared to earn nationally recognized certifications.
- Network with local employers and receive job search assistance.
Florida is one of the nation’s leading states in terms of growth, increasing the need for new construction projects. To meet industry demands, employers are heavily recruiting skilled workers—those who have training beyond high school but may not have a degree.
Our construction training program provides a pathway for career advancement, new job opportunities, as well as the potential to earn higher wages. Brevard County is home to more than 2,000 construction companies.
AVERAGE SALARY RANGE
Average wages for entry-level positions are $15 to $18 per hour.
Email [email protected], or call 321-394-0535 for additional information.
This training is made available through the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity’s Rebuild Florida Workforce Recovery Training Program. Launched with federal Community Development Block Grant – Disaster Recovery funding to assist communities affected by Hurricane Irma, the Rebuild Florida Workforce Recovery Training Program trains Floridians in the construction trades necessary to support disaster recovery efforts. For more information visit www.RebuildFlorida.gov.