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Job Training

Hands-on Training that Builds Fulfilling Careers

On-the-job training positions at Building Value act as a bridge to move people with workforce disadvantages into construction and retail careers. Associates gain resume-building experience in a unique work culture that provides the support they need to succeed long-term.

The temporary nature of these positions (3-9 months) gives associates time to remove barriers that have prevented them from staying employed in the past (lack of transportation, child care, high school diploma, etc.) At the end of the training period, they have the skills, track record and references to move into more permanent, higher-paying jobs.

After 3-6 months of intensive instruction, trainees emerge with a solid understanding of basic construction techniques, and the qualifications you need for entry-level placement in the building trades industry.

Deconstruction Positions

A Deconstruction Associate position will quickly teach you:

  • trade skills
  • tool handling
  • safety procedures
  • employer expectations

After 3-6 months of intensive instruction, you will emerge with a solid understanding of basic construction techniques, and the qualifications you need for entry-level placement in the building trades industry.

Retail Positions

Building Value’s retail training program can help you get a job that offers competitive pay and personal rewards. During your 3-6 months as a Retail Associate, you will gain practical experience in:

  • merchandising
  • customer service
  • bookkeeping
  • maintenance
  • janitorial service

You will also have access to instructional seminars and one-on-one coaching for personal success in the workplace.

Explore success stories from our training program graduates, and call us or fill out an application to work towards a better career today.

Contributing as You Learn

Even before associates find their place in the workforce, they contribute to society by providing low-cost building materials, smaller landfills, and employment for individuals with disabilities.

Think you might qualify for a training position? Download an application or call (513) 475-6783.

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