Craft Training

Robins & Morton recognizes the value of each and every person who is employed by our company.  We also recognize the fact that many of our employees, at all levels, have the desire, potential, and capacity to grow.  We believe our team members want to learn and bring even more value and accomplishment to their own lives while adding to the growth and prosperity of our company.  In order to foster the growth of our employees and our company, we are offering the Craft Supervisory and Mentorship Training Program to hourly craft employees.

Goals of the Craft Supervisory and Mentorship Training Program

-To provide the tools for a transition from an hourly craft position into a Salaried Foreman or Assistant Superintendent role.

-To provide our craft workers with opportunities for personal and professional growth.

-To provide a platform for career longevity and a continuously learning working environment for both our hourly and salaried craft workers.

Training Program Outline

  • Five 3-day classroom training sessions over 15 months covering various construction and supervisory related topics
  • Final exam consisting of multiple choice, fill in, and written answers
  • Completion of a minimum of 40 On-The-Job Training Experiences over a 15 month period
  • 15 structured mentor-trainee experiences
  • 6 Mentorship checkpoints between Mentor and Trainee at various stages of the program
  • Graduation Ceremony
  • Placement into a Salaried Foreman or Assistant Superintendent role per Conditions of Promotion