Construction equipment digging at a worksite

Bishop State, the Federal Highway Administration, and the Alabama Dept. of Transportation are collaborating to provide the Heavy Highway Construction Training program. The six-month program provides students hands-on work experience with local construction companies and on-campus classroom learning.

Faculty
Phone Number
E-mail Address
Dewanda Davis, ADULT EDUCATION CAREER COACH Dewanda Davis
ADULT EDUCATION CAREER COACH
Workforce Development Department Workforce Development Department

Requirements

Potential students must be:

  • 18 years old or older
  • Be willing to take and pass a drug test
  • Must have taken the ACT test with a score of 18 higher within the last three years OR taken the Test for Adult Basic Education (TABE) and tested at a 5th-grade level or higher

If neither of these requirements has been met by the student, after he or she completes an application, potential students will have an opportunity to take the TABE test at Bishop State before being fully accepted into the program.




Class Offerings

The Heavy Highway Construction Training program is set to begin in January 2022 and scholarships are available to everyone who applies. Deadline to apply is December 17, 2021

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