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Getting Skilled Labor Back to the Jobsite

Getting Skilled Labor Back to the Jobsite

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!