We’ve been on the road in Cottonwood, AZ training students from VACTE. What a great program! The students were excited to put their skills to work. After just two days of spreading, buttering, leveling, plumbing, and ranging they decided to build a pizza oven. We came up with a plan and they executed it with little instruction and a lot of teamwork. The brick oven was constructed with a mix of
Job Description The Machine Operator Program Instructor will assume responsibility for AMC’s efforts to train individuals for careers in machine operating. This position will act as the AMC liaison to producer members and facilities throughout the state assisting with technical questions and support. The successful applicant will have documented experience in the machine operator industry.
Federal Stimulus for Arizona With the passage of the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021, Arizona is slated to receive $12.3 billion – a sum larger than the entire state budget and 3 times more than the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) from last year. There are many ways this money could find its way
The Northwest Concrete Masonry Association is sponsoring a newly updated three-part webinar series on reinforced masonry design. It will focus on the requirements of the 2018 IBC Chapter 21 and the referenced material standard TMS 402/602 codes. Both working stress and strength design of reinforced concrete masonry will be covered. Learn how to use and
Do you have an employee you want to groom to grow in your company? Do you have an employee you want teach so their skills improve? Then get them into the Apprentice Program! The next class starts in January 2021. Each person needs to complete the online Application. Click here! Next they need to attend the
Hello everyone! My name is Ryan Gray and I am the new Workforce Development and Training Coordinator for the Arizona Masonry Council. I was born and raised here in Arizona. With both my grandfather and father being masons, I have been around the trade all my life. I completed my apprenticeship in 2001. Since then I