woodwork career alliance
The Woodwork Career Alliance of North America’s online training program paves the way for more high school and postsecondary woodworking instructors throughout the United States and Canada to become accredited skill evaluators.
Employee of Jefferson Millwork & Design grows his skills and career through a training program structured around the Woodwork Career Alliance’s skill standards.
Bid on a Jimmy Buffett signed guitar, Star Wars items and vacations to benefit WCA’s efforts to help develop and grow a skilled woodworking workforce.
In a recent wide-ranging phone interview, Scott Nelson, president of the WCA, discussed the North American wood product industry’s ongoing challenge to recruit, train and retain skilled employees.
With the newly added schools, WCA EDU membership now totals more than 130 in the U.S. and Canada.
WCA recently conducted a phone interview with Tim Fixmer to learn more about helping better the woodworking industry by offering learning opportunities and supporting the WCA credentialing program.