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NYC Business – M/WBE Certification Program

The City of New York Minority and Women-Owned Business Enterprises (M/WBE) Program expands opportunities for minority and women entrepreneurs to access government contracts and grow their businesses. [Link]

NYC Department of Buildings – Department Approved Courses and Requirements

The New York City Department of Buildings (DOB) department approved courses and requirements detailed list. [Link]

NYC Department of Buildings – Department Approved Course Providers

The New York City Department of Buildings (DOB) department approved course providers detailed list organized by Course Provider and Department Approved Course. [Link]

NYC Department of Buildings – Course Provider Map

Use our search tool to find the Course Provider nearest you and all the information you need about each provider. [Link]

NYC Small Business Services – Industrial & Construction Training

Apply for a training in the Industrial or Construction Field. We work with the City’s industrial and construction industry partnerships and the Workforce1 Industrial and Transportation Career Center to offer no-cost training programs for jobs in the industrial and construction fields. [Link]

NYC Small Business Services – Center & Partner Locations Locator

Use our Locator tool to find the Center & Partner Locations nearest you and all the information you need about each. [Link]

NYC Small Business Services – Procurement Technical Assistance Center

The NYC Department of Small Business Services (SBS) Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC) offers one-on-one assistance and training to help businesses in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Staten Island that are interested in local, state, and federal government contracting. [Link]

NY STATE

NYS M/WBE Certification Eligibility Requirements

Before applying to become a New York State certified Minority and Women-Owned Business Enterprise (M/WBE), make sure your business in eligible by reviewing these requirements. [Link]

NYS Department of Labor – Training

Not only can training and education help you get the job you are looking for, but it can also help you earn more. Regardless of your goals for getting additional training and education, our experienced career advisors can help you find what you are looking for. [Link]

NYS Department of Labor – Eligible Training Provider List

The purpose of the New York State Department of Labor (DOL) Eligible Training Provider List is to present a broad and diverse selection of training choices to support employment goals of individuals. [Link]

NYS Department of Labor – Specialized Services

Trade Adjsutment Assistance (TAA) provides training to those who were seperated due to foreign trade. Follow this link to “Specialized Services” to learn more. [Link]

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OSHA – Outreach Trainers

This list will help you find OSHA-authorized trainers who conduct 10- and 30-hour Outreach Training classes in construction, general industry, maritime, or disaster site work. [Link]

NCCER – Training & Certifications

NCCER offers curricula in over 70 different craft areas and more than 80 different assessments. When you successfully complete training, assessments and/or performance verifications through an NCCER Accredited Training Sponsor or Assessment Center, NCCER’s Registry System records your completions and issues the appropriate credentials. [Link]

NCCER – Find A Center

Looking for a Training and/or Assessment Center? Search by either Location (city or zip code) or Company Name. Narrow your search by filling out additional information, such as the type of accreditation. [Link]

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NYC Department of Buildings – Site Safety Training

The New York City Department of Buildings (DOB) Worker Safety Information. Keep Safe. Keep Training. Keep Certified. [Link]

NYC Department of Buildings – OSHA Requirements

You have the right to a safe workplace. The Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 (OSH Act) was passed to prevent workers from being killed or seriously harmed at work. The law requires employers to provide their employees with working conditions that are free of known dangers. [Link]

NYC Department of Buildings – Work Site Accidents

Most work site accidents are preventable if proper safety precautions are taken. Department of Buildings safety investigators are there to confirm your construction site, your place of work, is not posing a danger to you and your coworkers. [Link]

NYC Department of Buildings – Experience Is Not Enough

A multi-lingual campaign designed to emphasize to all construction workers that they must use proper fall protection, such as safety harnesses, guardrails, and netting, regardless of how long they have worked in the construction trades and how much experience they possess. [Link]

All NYC Safety & Training

A leader in safety training and consulting for NYC’s construction industry. Employers require their workers to be prepared and well trained, thus workers must be certified to work on construction sites. Our team of dedicated safety professionals offers professional instruction by providing students with a fully immersive learning experience. [Link]

All NYC Safety & Training – SST Card Courses

Explore our wide range of Site Safety Training (SST) Card Courses organized by Course Name, Date, Time, Location, and Price. Enroll Now! [Link]

All NYC Safety & Training – OSHA SST

Explore our wide range of Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Site Safety Training (SST) Courses organized by Course Name, Date, Time, Location, and Price. Enroll Now! [Link]

All NYC Safety & Training – Site Safety

Explore our wide range of Site Safety Courses organized by Course Name, Date, Time, Location, and Price. Enroll Now! [Link]

NY STATE

NYS Department of Labor – Division of Safety and Health

The Division of Safety and Health (DOSH) number one priority is keeping New York’s workforce safe. We also offer safety and health information and assistance to employers and employees. [Link]

NATIONAL

OSHA – Worker Safety Series – Construction

Nearly 6.5 million people work at approximately 252,000 construction sites across the nation on any given day. [Link]

NCCER – Construction Site Safety Program

NCCER has developed an industry-wide approach to safety through a formal, nationally recognized training program. This comprehensive standardized safety program deals with site-specific hazards and provides unparalleled national recognition. [Link]

NCCER – National Safety Committee

The mission of the committee is to advise the NCCER Board of Trustees and staff on ways to continuously improve craft and safety-related curricula, certifications, products, programs and procedures, and to recommended new safety-related products and programs. [Link]

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Brooklyn Workforce Innovations

Our mission is to fight poverty and empower low-income New Yorkers by creating living-wage employment opportunities. We aim to break the cycle of dead-end jobs and connect our graduates not just to work, but to careers with long-term potential and the chance for growth and advancement. [Link]

The HOPE Program

Everybody deserves the chance to work and grow. HOPE empowers New Yorkers to build sustainable futures throgh comprehensive training, jobs, training, advancement, and lifelong career support. Work. Grow. Sustain. [Link]

VetConnectNYC

Offers service members, veterans, survivors, and their families access to a continuum of providers that runs the gamut from legal, homelessness prevention, employment, recreation and fitness, financial counseling and more – all designed to provide those who serve, have served, and their families, with a comprehensive service delivery experience. [Link]

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NYS Career Center Locator

Use our zip code search tool to find the Career Center nearest you and all the information you need about each office including hours, parking, public transit information and other Center locations nearby. [Link]

NYS Division of Service-Disabled Veterans’ Business Development

The OGS Division of Service-Disabled Veterans’ Business Development is responsible for certifying eligible SDVOBs and assisting and promoting their participation in the state’s procurement activities. [Link]

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The National Center For Construction Education and Research (NCCER)

A not-for-profit 501(c)(3) education foundation created in 1996. It was developed with the support of more than 125 construction CEOs and various association and academic leaders who united to revolutionize training for the construction industry. [Link]

NCCER – Titles and Disciplines

Search all the craft areas covered by The National Center For Construction Education & Research training and assessments. [Link]

Construction Career Pathways Initiative

Construction Career Pathways is an NCCER Initiative to Connect Industry and Education. [Link]

Center For Employment Opportunities (CEO)

600,000+ people come home from prison every year. With a job and support, they have a chance to succeed. CEO provides a scalable solution. [Link]

Hard Hat Heroes

Ready to start a career in the construction industry? Your military training allows you to receive FREE construction credentials from NCCER that will make you more marketable to employers. [Link]

ABC – National Student Chapter Network

The ABC National Student Chapter Network (NSCN) connects local ABC chapters to colleges and universities with construction related degree programs with the ultimate goal of building the construction management pipeline and mentoring future leaders of the construction industry. [Link]

Build Your Future – Trading Cards

Want to find out which construction craft career would be perfect for you? Take this quick quiz! [Link]