Laborers-AGC Training Center Uses Cemen Tech Volumetric Mixer
Training has never been more important than it is today as the concrete and construction industry faces labor shortages around the country. And in many cases, workers have no experience with concrete but are required to pour and or place concrete on their jobsite. The Laborers-AGC Training Center in High Hill, Missouri hopes to close that gap and includes a concrete pouring class as part of their Apprenticeship program. The Construction Craft Laborers’ Apprenticeship Program is designed to give individuals the skills and abilities needed for a rewarding career in construction, whether employed on building construction, heavy/highway construction, utility line construction or environmental abatement/remediation.
By entering the Construction Craft Laborers’ Apprenticeship Program, the Laborers-AGC Training program is helping pave the way for new workers in the construction industry such as a job site superintendent, construction project manager, architect/engineer or company owner. The Apprenticeship Program utilizes a Cemen Tech volumetric mixer to demonstrate how to pour and place concrete.
Watch a recent concrete training and listen to Musial Braungardt, of the Laborers-AGC Training Center, talk about how a volumetric concrete mixer is the perfect partner for training. The class is able to pour on their schedule, change the mix design on the fly and use exactly the quantity needed.