Cam-Lock Form Building Class

March 5, 2024
MarketScale

 

How can vocational training in carpentry, particularly in specialized areas like Cam-Lock form building, bridge the gap between traditional education and the immediate needs of the construction industry? In a conversation captured at the Gates & Sons booth, Don Valdez, the National Retail Sales Manager at Gates & Sons, engages with Jeramiah Coyle, a Carpenter Instructor at Wayland Carpenter and Millwright Training Center, highlighting the practical benefits of hands-on training sessions.

“That’s where we see the value in training them on what they’re going to go out and do, okay? And that’s what they’re using. So, it makes sense,” Coyle said, reflecting on the effectiveness of such training.

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