Upgrade Your Teams’ Skills with Continuing Education

The construction industry is competitive; you must stay ahead of the game. Adding on education as an employee benefit can help both the company and the individual. Read on!

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Why Continuing Education?

Continuing education refers to any post-secondary programs that people pursue after their formal education. There are plenty of options: seminars, classes, online courses, and even degree programs (such as master’s degree).

Continuing Education: Stay Competitive!

One of the main benefits of continuing education is improving and expanding your skillset. Learning new skills empowers you to lead in this vibrant and changing field. With such advancing technologies in the construction industry, you have to keep up! Continuing education can make that happen!

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Are you interested in upgrading your team’s skills or expanding their learning horizons? STONEPILEllc provides courses in a range of vital topics, such as prefab and modular construction, HVAC Design, Introduction to Architecture, and the Psychology of Leadership. Each class is designed to get you up to speed in the latest technologies and best practices in the field.

We offer a variety of continuing education courses so you can upgrade your construction skills!

We offer CEUs in coursework that is most relevant in the construction field right now!  Let us know your interest, and we will be happy to supply you with our latest educational offerings. Each individual course counts for 3 CEU credits!

STONEPILEllc Construction College’s mission is to harness the power of innovation, technology, and experience to train the next generation of construction leaders in values-based perspectives, success-oriented knowledge, and real-world construction skills.

Dr. Jodi Vermaas
Founder I Disruptor I Mother of 12
STONEPILEllc

[email protected]
www.stonepile.us

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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