ConstructionConnect is the place to come to get updated information about what is happening in the world of Construction. Through collaborative effort and partnership between CareerSource Broward, local employers in the field of Construction, Broward County educational institutions, and a variety of construction industry associations we will address the needs of Broward County’s employers while creating opportunities for advancement of workers. Through strategic and innovative planning, ConstructionConnect will serve as a catalyst for the continued growth in Broward County’s
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construction-based workforce and economic development.
There is continued growth of the county’s Construction sector, and CareerSource Broward wants to be your Career Center for all your business service needs. We have access to quality Construction professionals to meet your demand for skilled workers. We can assist with upgrading the skill set of your current staff as well as offer training dollars to qualified candidates.
Based on your company’s individual needs and available resources, we guide you through every step of the hiring process, including:
For more information contact Julia Costin, Construction Industry Business Services Manager at
- Financial assistance to train new and existing employees
- Candidate prescreening and skills assessment
- Planning and hosting hiring events
- Labor market information
- And many more programs to help with your hiring need
(954) 202-3830, ext. 3010, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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STRATEGIES FOR SOLAR WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT:
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A Toolkit for the Solar Industry,” provides a comprehensive guide for the solar industry to meet the high demand for qualified employees and build a skilled and diverse solar workforce. The resource includes a detailed guide for setting up work-based learning.
This toolkit draws upon two years of Solar Training Network engagements with employers, trainers, industry associations and community organizations in diverse solar markets. It provides actionable steps for the solar industry to engage with the public workforce system and develop work-based learning opportunities, in order to meet the high demand for qualified employees and build a skilled and diverse solar workforce. This toolkit also shows how the solar industry can better align training opportunities with evolving workforce needs. programs to invest in current and future workers.