ROSEVILLE – PRIDE Industries recently achieved National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) accreditation. NCCER provides a standardized training process for craft assessment and certification. PRIDE is proud to be a member of the NCCER training sponsor network.
PRIDE Industries provides NCCER-certified training at five of its’ contract sites including Fort Bliss, Fort Johnson (formerly Fort Polk), Fort Novosel (formerly Fort Rucker), LA-AFB, and Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst. The curriculum is designed to offer hands-on technical training to build a safe, productive, and sustainable workforce of craft professionals. Most importantly, certification supports the professional development of individuals with disabilities working at PRIDE.
PRIDE Industries’ manufacturing and facilities services business enterprises fuel its social mission – creating jobs for people with disabilities. Operating in 14 states and the nation’s capital, PRIDE employs and serves more than 4,900 individuals.
“On behalf of PRIDE Industries, It is an honor to be part of the NCCER training sponsor network,” said Lonny Wright, PRIDE Industries’ Director of Technical Training. “The training offers important career advancement opportunities to those we serve.”
About PRIDE Industries:
PRIDE Industries is a nonprofit organization and recognized service provider meeting the manufacturing, supply chain, logistics and facilities service needs of public and private organizations nationwide while creating jobs for people with disabilities.
PRIDE Industries is a social enterprise delivering business excellence to public and private organizations nationwide.