Working with machinery runs in Yonathan Vigil Eufracio’s family, so taking the Heavy Equipment Operators (HEO) program designed for high school students and offered by LFCC Workforce Solutions last spring was a smart choice.
“It just came naturally to me,” he explains. “It’s something I’ve always wanted to do. I applied and got the scholarship offered by my school system.”
As long as there have been complex building projects, there have been Project Managers. For centuries, the person overseeing the construction of a complex building was often the architect, which is thought to be the case in ancient structures like the Great Pyramids of Egypt and the aqueducts of Rome.
Times change and more and more details of managing a construction project can be done digitally and that trend is expected to grow. Mobile-friendly technology and software are set to play a major role in the field, as a younger workforce is more comfortable with the technology, and it will allow the work to be managed and tracked from anywhere. Continue reading Build like the Ancients – Construction Project Management
Revive the blue collar worker! Their jobs pay well.
Stuck in your current career? Need to earn a higher wage for your family? Looking for a change but don’t have the time or resources for a four-year degree. Trades may be your answer. The trades are high-demand locally, regionally and across our nation. In a short period of time, you can earn a national credential and be on your way a to a new and exciting career. Continue reading Myths About the Trades Debunked
Lord Fairfax Community College (LFCC) Workforce Solutions is excited to announce the growth of the accelerated trades and apprenticeship programs offered in the City of Winchester, Middletown and Fauquier County areas. LFCC Workforce Solutions is the region’s reliable source for technical and trades training programs for adults wanting to start or enhance a career in the trades and we are looking for trades instructors to teach the next generation of trades students. Have you ever considered sharing your knowledge and passion as an instructor?
Become a heavy equipment operator and earn an NCCER industry-recognized credential! The Heavy Equipment Operator program has been developed to meet the growing employment demands for equipment operators. Start or enhance your career in the high-demand field of heavy construction.
LFCC will become the first community college in Virginia to offer statewide industry credential programs for heavy equipment operators. The college has been awarded a $453,686 Workforce Capacity Building grant from the Virginia Community College System. The grant will allow for the establishment of a heavy equipment operator credential program at LFCC’s Vint Hill site, and for the expansion of several trades programs on the Fauquier Campus.
Looking for an in-demand career with a great paying wage? No time and money to earn a college degree? A career in the trades offers endless possibilities locally and regionally with advancement opportunities. Look for our Fast Track Career Training Programs to quickly train and receive a credential in one of Virginia’s highest demand career fields.
Event is part of second annual National Apprenticeship Week
Middletown — Lord Fairfax Community College Workforce Solutions, in partnership with the U.S. Department of Labor, today announced that it will host an Apprenticeship Hangouts On Air Live Presentation on November 15, 2016, at 8:30 AM as part of the second annual National Apprenticeship Week.
The event will feature a presentation about LFCC’s successful Apprenticeship program, as well how the Virginia State Apprenticeship program works and the benefits to you as an employer. You will hear more about the new $4 million V2V American Apprenticeship Grant that was awarded to the Shenandoah Valley Workforce Development Board to assist training new apprentices. Watch from your computer or phone for this presentation to find out why Apprenticeship is the new buzzword. Continue reading Workforce Solutions to Host Apprenticeship Hangouts On Air Live Presentation November 15