Hands On
Construction Training


Ketchikan Construction Academy
Adult Program

  • 8 week course March 4 - May 3, 2013
    Wednesday-Saturday 8-5pm
  • Adults 18 or older
  • Job placement assistance offered upon completion
  • Affordable Living Units
    The affordable living units (ALU) will allow students to stay on campus for the duration of the course. Whether you live in Ketchikan or you are from a neighboring community, the ALU will make training more convenient and affordable

    3 scholarships are available for the affordable living units.
  • CDL scholarships available
    2 top performing students will be awarded a scholarship to obtain a Class A Commercial Driver’s License
Ketchikan Adult Construction Academy

Hands on Practicum

The last 3 weeks of the course will be spent on job sites. KCA has initiated industry partnerships that will provide the opportunity for students to be introduced to the construction industry.


Certificates Earned

  • NCCER Core Curriculum Certification
  • National Career Readiness Certificate
  • OSHA 30
  • CPR/First Aid/AED
  • Forklift
  • Manlift
  • MSHA

 

 

All instructors for the KCA are NCCER Certified as well as industry professionals

How to Apply

Applications are available at mandatory orientation session .

 

January 8–February 13

 

Ketchikan Job Center

2030 Sea Level Dr.

Wednesdays 12:00pm-1:00pm

Thursdays 2:00pm-3:00pm

 

For more information contact:

Danielle Ludwigsen

T: (907) 228-9268 or
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2013 Students

“The class was amazing. I learned a lot of new things. From this class I got a chance to learn welding at the ship yard and I am now a full time employee. I have since grown and moving up and learning new things every day. I have a life long career now and I wouldn’t be where I am today without the help and support from everyone involved in the Construction Academy. Thank you so much for everything. You guys have not only helped me but my family as well and I couldn’t be more grateful.” “I think the Construction Academy is a really good program. Chas Edwardson was a very reliable instructor. He helped a lot with construction processes and he showed us the correct way to do it.”