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.

Graduates will receive:

  • $2,500 in bonus incentives
    • $1,000 for completing the course
    • Up to $1,000 for employment
    • Up to $500 toward tools and equipment
  • Nationally Recognized MC3 Credential
  • OSHA 10 Certification
  • CPR & First-Aid Training
  • Hands-on Experience
  • Job Placement Assistance

Upcoming class schedule:

Sierra College
March 29 to May 3
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday (8:00am – 5:00pm)
Tuition: $0
Parking Fees Waived

Enrollment is limited to 15 students to allow for social distancing in the classroom.

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.