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Construction Training in Cincinnati

Build Your Career in the Skilled Trades

Construction is one of the most in-demand careers in Ohio. Cincinnati is also ranked among the best-paying cities in America for construction workers.

Easterseals offers multiple pathways for you to train for a rewarding career in the construction industry and earn great pay and benefits. Our programs provide a strong foundation for a successful future with on-the-job experience, certifications, and professional connections.

Building Value

Building Value provides paid, on-the-job training and work experience in a unique work culture. Associates deconstruct historic properties to salvage reusable building materials that are made available for sale to the public at Building Value's retail store in Northside. Easterseals staff work with Building Value associates to identify and manage barriers to employment, and provide the support they need to succeed long-term. >> Learn More


Easterseals FastTrac provides intensive construction training in about 12 weeks. Get the training and credentials that will set you apart when exploring career and apprenticeship opportunities. FastTrac is designed for adults 18+ who have completed high school or their GED.  >> Learn More


Young adults ages 16-24 who live in Hamilton County and did not complete high school can learn the construction trade while completing their high school diploma or equivalent. Participants receive paid training and individualized support to address any professional or personal barriers they may be facing. Participants finish the program with industry experience and professional connections. >> Learn More

Learn more about careers in the skilled trades and income potential

 Skilled Trade Career    Median Annual Wage*
 Carpenters    $48,330
 Electricians    $56,180
 Equipment Operators    $48,160
 General Laborors    $36,000
 Ironworkers    $49,100
 Plumbers & Pipefitters    $55,160
 Welders    $42.490

* Source:  US Bureau of Labor Statistics, May 2019

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