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SEAA Expands Craft Training Program to Community and Technical Colleges

The Steel Erectors Association of America (SEAA) is making its SEAA/NCCER Ironworker Craft Training Program available to students of technical and community colleges. This expansion will bring NCCER-accredited testing for craft professions to more local communities. 

Colleges will be able to become members of SEAA, providing them with access to the Craft Training program and other NCCER craft curriculum and assessments. 

"As demand for skills training grows, SEAA seeks to provide communities with the resources and students with the pathways necessary to get the training, qualifications, and certifications necessary for careers in construction," said Tim Eldridge, president of Education Services Unlimited and SEAA's Craft Training and Assessment administrator.

Post-secondary institutions may join SEAA for a fee of $700, giving them the opportunity to become an accredited training unit and/or an authorized assessment site. Find out more about the program at seaa.net.

 


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