ANDREWS, S.C. — FieldForce Workforce Solutions was granted candidate status by the National Center for Construction Education & Research (NCCER) on January 23.
As a training sponsor candidate, FieldForce may immediately train and certify its own instructors, as well as personnel employed by other companies, using the NCCER curriculum.
NCCER was developed with the support of construction and academic leaders to develop training specific to the construction industry. With a goal of developing a safe and productive workforce, NCCER’s standardized training and credentialing program has evolved into courses for more than 70 craft areas and a complete series of more than 70 assessments offered in over 4,000 NCCER-accredited training and assessment locations across the United States.
FieldForce, which officially launched its operations on December 18, 2017, specializes in the placement of temporary skilled labor to service manufacturing and industrial companies.
“In a short amount of time, FieldForce has made great strides in supporting small to large mechanical and electrical contractors in the Southeastern U.S. This step in the NCCER-approval process only legitimizes the FieldForce commitment to providing our current and future customers with a safe, highly trained, knowledgeable and productive workforce,” said FieldForce Operations Manager Tony Sapp, a certified NCCER Master Trainer and Administrator.
FieldForce headquarters is located at 373 Technology Dr., Andrews SC.