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The Alabama Home Builders Foundation and the Gadsden State Community College carpentry department had 11 graduates from a six-week Basic Residential Carpentry Certificate Program on March 16. Gadsden State is the first post-secondary school the Alabama Home Builders Foundation has partnered with since the inception of the certificate program in 2002.
Gadsden State offered carpentry classes free to the public on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from Feb. 7 through March 16 on the Valley Street Campus. The class meetings provided classroom instruction, theory and hands-on time in the shop lab for three-hour class meetings each evening.
The graduation ceremony was held at the Valley Street Campus in the carpentry department with Artemis Moore, director of the Alabama Home Builders Foundation, and Taylor Burton, past state president of the Home Builders Association of Alabama, presenting the certificates.read more
Alabama home builders are helping high school students find careers in the trades in a program that’s paying great dividends – in both community recognition and finding the next generation of workers.
“With the housing market on the upswing and the construction workforce aging, there’s an ever-increasing need for qualified, skilled tradespeople entering the home building industry,” said Todd Slyman, past president of the Alabama Home Builders Foundation, which launched the program last year.read more
The Alabama Home Builders Foundation (AHBF) has partnered with the Shelby County College and Career Center to offer a basic residential carpentry course to adults in the area.
The class will teach the basics of residential carpentry such as safety, construction layout, reading blueprints, framing, window and door installation, siding and exterior trim.
A survey of single-family builders conducted by NAHB in June 2016 shows that shortages of labor and subcontractors have become more widespread than they were a year ago.
The survey consisted of special questions on labor and subcontractor availability that NAHB has periodically added to the instrument for the monthly NAHB/Well Fargo Housing Market Index. The questions have covered 9 key trades in a consistent way since 1996. Averaged across the 9 trades, the share of builders reporting either some or a serious shortage has skyrocketed from a low of 21 percent in 2012, to 46 percent in 2014, 52 percent in 2015, and now 56 percent in 2016.read more
Last year the Alabama State Department of Education launched its Alabama Simulated Workplace initiative to transform the culture of career and technical education (CTE) in the state with high-quality learning environments representing business and industry. Through the program, students engage in relevant curricula with opportunities to earn industry-recognized credentials. The goal of the program is to have all graduates be college and career ready.read more
The count of unfilled jobs in the overall construction sector increased significantly in December, even as hiring in the home building sector has grown. According to the BLS Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey (JOLTS) and NAHB analysis, the number of open construction sector jobs (on a seasonally adjusted basis) increased to 207,000 in December from 138,000 in November. The December estimate solidly beats the previous cycle high of 168,000 open positions set during March and represents the highest count of job openings since early 2007. READ MORE...read more
You can make a difference in the future of Alabama’s housing industry through your gift to the Alabama Home Builders Foundation. Your tax-deductible donation will be used to fund scholarships for those pursuing an education in residential building fields, offer free certified basic residential carpentry programs throughout the state of Alabama,
and fund other educational opportunities for those desiring a career in the homebuilding industry.
The Alabama Home Builders Foundation recently held graduations for students completing its basic residential carpentry certificate courses that took place this fall at the Shelby County College and Career Center in Columbiana and the Limestone Career Technical Center in Athens.
The classes met twice a week throughout October and November. Thanks to the Foundation’s underwriting of the program, adult students were able to attend the classes free of charge. Through the program, they learned the fundan1entals of construction through classroom and hands-on work. Students completing the course earned a certification of completion and hours toward their National Center for Construction Education and Research certification.read more
The Alabama Home Builders Foundation was among the sponsors for the first ever Team Design and Build contest held in Tuscaloosa in November. Six high school construction teams competed with the task of designing, constructing and wiring a building. The two-day event involved many of the skills needed to build a home. The first place winner was the learn representing the Etowah County Career Center. Second place went to the combined Holt High School/Walker County Center of Technology team and third place went to the team from the Montgomery Preparatory Academy for Career Technologies. In addition to the AHB Foundation, contest sponsors included Go Build Alabama, the Home Builders Association of Tuscaloosa, The Builders Group of West Alabama, and 84 Lumber...read more
A new education program is equipping students to enter the plumbing workforce right out of high school, thanks to the efforts of the Alabama Home Builders Foundation. The Foundation partnered with the State of Alabama Plumbers and Pipe/Gas Fitters Examining Board to launch the groundbreaking initiative in the Madison County school system.
“This is the first program like this in the state of Alabama,” said David Wilcox, Executive Director for the Plumbers Board. “The concept of a full partnership between the plumbing industry and schools has never been done in our industry before.”read more