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Getting Skilled Labor Back to the Jobsite

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About this course

This collection of six articles focuses on the current labor shortage in the construction industry from a variety of perspectives. You'll learn best practices for hiring skilled labor and how to attract untapped demographics to your organization.

Receive Continuing Education (CE) credit upon completion of this course:
    • AIA 
      Course Title: Getting Skilled Labor Back to the Jobsite
      Course Number: PC-150
      Delivery Name: Procore Technologies
      Curriculum Group Name: AIA Providers
      Credit: 1 AIA LU
    • AIC 
      Course Title: Getting Skilled Labor Back to the Jobsite
      Course Number: PC-150
      Credit: 1 CPD
    • American Institute of Building Design (AIBD)
      Credit: 1 credit
Learning Objectives:
    • Learn about the construction industry labor shortage from multiple perspectives.
    • Explore the reasons for the labor shortage and the outlook for the labor market.
    • Learn about the benefits of hiring from within largely untapped demographics like women and veterans.  
    • Identify the ways you can attract skilled labor to your organization. 
Articles: 

Construction Labor Force Took a Hit: Contractors Should be on Guard - By Procore Editorial Staff

How to Hire Talented Workers Even During a Labor Shortage - By Procore Editorial Staff

Overcoming the Skilled Labor Shortage By Erica Konieczny 

Labor-Starved Construction Industry Calls in the Marines - By Jeff Wing

The Demand for the Superintendent - By Erica Konieczny

Women in Construction: The Opportunities and Challenges - By Erica Konieczny

Curriculum

  • Construction Labor Force Took a Hit: Contractors Should be on Guard
  • How to Hire Talented Workers Even During a Labor Shortage
  • Overcoming the Skilled Labor Shortage
  • Labor-Starved Construction Industry Calls in the Marines
  • The Demand for the Superintendent
  • Women in Construction: The Opportunities and Challenges
  • Quiz
  • Congratulations! You've completed a Procore Continuing Education course!

About this course

This collection of six articles focuses on the current labor shortage in the construction industry from a variety of perspectives. You'll learn best practices for hiring skilled labor and how to attract untapped demographics to your organization.

Receive Continuing Education (CE) credit upon completion of this course:
    • AIA 
      Course Title: Getting Skilled Labor Back to the Jobsite
      Course Number: PC-150
      Delivery Name: Procore Technologies
      Curriculum Group Name: AIA Providers
      Credit: 1 AIA LU
    • AIC 
      Course Title: Getting Skilled Labor Back to the Jobsite
      Course Number: PC-150
      Credit: 1 CPD
    • American Institute of Building Design (AIBD)
      Credit: 1 credit
Learning Objectives:
    • Learn about the construction industry labor shortage from multiple perspectives.
    • Explore the reasons for the labor shortage and the outlook for the labor market.
    • Learn about the benefits of hiring from within largely untapped demographics like women and veterans.  
    • Identify the ways you can attract skilled labor to your organization. 
Articles: 

Construction Labor Force Took a Hit: Contractors Should be on Guard - By Procore Editorial Staff

How to Hire Talented Workers Even During a Labor Shortage - By Procore Editorial Staff

Overcoming the Skilled Labor Shortage By Erica Konieczny 

Labor-Starved Construction Industry Calls in the Marines - By Jeff Wing

The Demand for the Superintendent - By Erica Konieczny

Women in Construction: The Opportunities and Challenges - By Erica Konieczny

Curriculum

  • Construction Labor Force Took a Hit: Contractors Should be on Guard
  • How to Hire Talented Workers Even During a Labor Shortage
  • Overcoming the Skilled Labor Shortage
  • Labor-Starved Construction Industry Calls in the Marines
  • The Demand for the Superintendent
  • Women in Construction: The Opportunities and Challenges
  • Quiz
  • Congratulations! You've completed a Procore Continuing Education course!