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ATS has the broadest courses to boost you in your heavy equipment careers. Our programs are full time and comprehensive. They are also nationally recognized and accredited by the National Center For Construction Education and Research. Our mission is to create a safe and product work force of professionals. Our school delivers a variety of different courses and programs that are accredited by NCCER. We strive for two things, which are quality and consistency.
The National Center for Construction Education and Research was created to help decrease the workforce shortage that is so rampant in our industry. We are endeavoring to develop maintenance and pipeline courses. We are also supported by many hundreds of construction companies as well as trade associations.
The National Center for Construction Education and Research is a not for profit organization that was founded in 1995. It was founded by 11 of the world’s largest construction companies. This means that we are connected to a large force of construction companies and we can assist you in finding a job after you complete our schooling.
We have nationwide locations including, Wisconsin, Ohio, Colorado, California, Texas, Florida, South Carolina, Virginia, New Hampshire and soon Arizona. This meaks it easier for you to get the necessary skills you need to boost your career and your income potential.
Still not convinced? Check out this testimonial:
I am presently a finish dozer operator for MJ Ryan Construction Company in Burnsville, MN. My employment started one month after graduation and would have never been considered without the certification I received from ATS. The knowledge I received from thier down-to-earth instructors has proven to be invaluable. Attending ATS has been the single most important event of my life. I have already recouped the cost of the school, and it’s only been one year. I have already recommended this school to several people.
– Jim (Minnesota)
The kind of wages you can in heavy equipment careers vary. You can earn anywhere from $15 an hour and more, depending on what your skill level is and the location you are in. For entry level positions, you may start out with around $15 an hour. If you’re already experienced and have a broad level of skills and experience, you could be able to earn as much as $20 to $30 an hour.
Best of all, you don’t need a high school diploma or a GED to attend our schools to further your heavy equipment careers. We make it easy for just about anyone to advance their heavy equipment careers.