AGC of California training programs are designed to satisfy the latest regulatory requirements and to provide your employees with clear professional development paths.
For more information, email Kendra Bilo, Training & Education Manager, at email@example.com.
WebEds, Virtual Training & In-Person Training
AGC offers courses for all levels of construction industry employees. This includes over 60 in-person and virtual training sessions, covering topics ranging from COVID-19 to building information modeling, construction accounting to project management. Courses are taught by highly-regarded industry instructors.
AGC offers customized trainings to member companies based on their needs and priorities. Past custom courses have included Lien Construction Law, Blueprint Reading, and more. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a custom training course.
These programs allow busy construction professionals to take pre-recorded courses on their own time. In partnership with Procore.org, we provide our members with free access to Procore’s library of continuing education courses. These courses are designed for construction professionals who must complete units to fulfill learning requirements for license renewals, certification renewals, and organizational memberships. Check back frequently for new courses and webinars.
As our industry becomes more collaborative and data-driven, the demands on both project delivery and business excellence are increasing exponentially. To win, construction companies must accelerate leadership and culture development while mastering business acumen and industry knowledge. This is our chance to accomplish this, together. Get more information and register today.
Safety & Health Training Course Types
- Basic Awareness Training – This program provides participants with knowledge related to each topic covered by AGC of California. Participants will be able to recognize basic hazards associated with each topic.
- Competent Person – A Competent Person is one who is capable of identifying existing and predictable hazards in their surroundings or working conditions, which are unsanitary, hazardous, or dangerous to employees. The Competent Person has the authority to impose prompt corrective measures to eliminate these hazards. Once this training has been completed, it will be up to each employer to determine the Competent Person designation at each of their job-sites. Individuals completing this training may need to further demonstrate to their employer that they are capable of identifying existing and predictable hazards. The employer must ensure that the Competent Person has authority to impose prompt corrective measures to eliminate the hazards. AGC of California Competent Person Training does not give authority; only employers may do so following participation in the training program.
- Qualified Person – A Qualified Person is designated by the employer, and by reason of training, experience, or instruction has demonstrated the ability to safely perform all assigned duties. When required, a Qualified Person is properly licensed in accordance with federal, state, or local laws and regulations.