A female industrial service engineer has just conducted a safety check of a control panel in a boiler room. She is wearing hi vis, hard hat, safety glasses and holding a digital tablet that she used to conduct a safety inspection. The engineer is stated next to the control panel looking to camera and smiling.

Prepare for your career in construction!

High Road Construction Careers is a completely free training program to help kick start your construction career. The program aims to place pre-apprentice students directly into well-paid employment and apprenticeship opportunities in the construction field upon completion.

Curriculum includes:

  • Construction Industry Orientation
  • Tools and Materials
  • Construction Health and Safety
  • Blueprint Reading
  • Basic Math for Construction
  • Heritage of the American Worker
  • Diversity in the Construction Industry
  • Green Construction
  • Financial Literacy

Upcoming classes:

Placer County
10/05/21 – 11/09/21
Tuesday – Thursday, 8:00am-5:00pm
120 hours of instruction (in-person)
Sierra College, Rocklin Campus

El Dorado County
10/05/21 – 11/05/21
Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday, 8:30am-12:30pm
120 hours of instruction (hybrid)
El Dorado County Fairgrounds


This program is part of the California Workforce Development Board’s High Road Construction Careers, which is funded through SB1, a statewide initiative that puts dollars to work to advance careers in the building and construction trades as a reliable pathway to the middle class for disadvantaged Californians via multi-craft pre-apprenticeship training.

Apply now!

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