VHV has been providing our customers with a superior experience for decades. This is due to the integrity and quality that our team aspires to everyday, from the office to the field.
To continue our commitment to quality, VHV has developed a nationally recognized and standardized program for our employees with NCCER.
The National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) is a not-for-profit education foundation that defined a standardized training program for the construction industry. Born from a shared goal to develop a safe and productive workforce, NCCER provides both employer and employees with immense benefit.
NCCER Standardized Training Program
VHV has adopted the NCCER training curriculum as the backbone for employee education. All new hires at VHV will be enrolled in this program.
We chose to follow the guidelines of NCCER because of the vast benefits the organization offers. Employees at VHV become part of a larger network within the construction industry. The standardized curriculum guarantees each field employee has the same knowledge and training, allowing us to continue to bring an excellent experience to our customers.
Employees at VHV become part of a larger network within the construction industry. The standardized curriculum guarantees each field employee has the same knowledge and training, allowing us to continue to bring an excellent experience to our customers.
As the development of heating and air conditioning systems has increased, technology follows. This path of study equips technicians and installers with ongoing education in the field and the latest equipment and methods.
Opportunities for sheet metal workers are most common in HVACR, but many others exist. This curriculum prepares a trainee for a number of possibilities for growth into expert craftsmen in ductwork, bend allowances, and more.
Proper piping is essential to efficient and proper function for facilities throughout our towns, state and country. This learning track covers diverse topics for the design, installation, and maintenance of piping.
The National Center for Construction Education and Research was developed in 1996 to unify industry leaders, business leaders, and various associations within the construction industry to create standardized training. Above all else, the NCCER prioritizes a safe and productive workforce, and each member partner is expected to do the same.
This revolutionary program provides both companies and individuals with portable construction and maintenance credentials, creating a network of craft professionals.