Construction Skills Bootcamp
Construction Skills Bootcamp will jumpstart your career through hands-on training and support with your job search. With new cohorts starting every couple weeks, we are always enrolling for this course. Attend an Information Session this week to get started!
- Solid foundation of construction skills
- Exposure to different trades
- OSHA-10 certification
- Career support & networking with employers
- Set of starter tools
Tuition is free if you’re pursuing a new job or promotion in Colorado’s construction industry.
Students are required to attend classes at our training center multiple times per week and complete online coursework outside of class. We offer two schedule options:
- 8-week course
- Classes 2 times per week on Mondays and Wednesdays or on Tuesdays and Thursdays
- Evening classes, 5:30 to 8:30pm
- 4-week course
- Classes 4 times per week on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursday
With new cohorts starting every couple weeks, we are always enrolling for Construction Skills Bootcamp.
Attend an information session to learn more about these pop up training options and to fill out an application.
Eric began his career as a commercial flooring installer before becoming a carpenter for 12 years in residential new construction/additions and commercial renovations. He has also run his own handyman company for 7 years, rehabilitated historic structures and led construction projects in remote locations. His particular interests are in green building/sustainability, hiking and making crafts.
Mark has been involved in construction on and off since 1985, starting as a framer’s helper and progressing to project manager for high end home renovations. After taking a year off to become a dive instructor in Roatan, Honduras (where he met his wife), he moved from Canada to Denver to be with his wife Lori. He enjoys traveling, diving, and working on cars in his spare time. Mark is very excited about being a part of the Colorado Homebuilding Academy and teaching the next generation of construction experts.
Robert is a Master Plumber with over 30 years of experience. He has been teaching the construction trades for 14 years, including apprenticeship-level plumbing. Robert has also taught carpentry skills to adults at Salvation Army centers and to court-involved young men at Ridge View Youth Services Center. When he is not working, Robert enjoys skiing, biking and surfing and spending time with his wife and two children.