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NCCER Partners with Procore for Workforce Development

ALACHUA, FL – The National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) is pleased to announce its partnership with Procore Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: PCOR), a leading global provider of construction management software.

With a mission to connect everyone in construction on one global platform, Procore helps companies increase efficiency and accountability by streamlining and mobilizing communications and project documentation. As the construction industry continues to face a massive labor shortage, Procore and the NCCER see an opportunity to educate, train and attract students and individuals to the industry.

technology and trades

Through this partnership, Procore will work with the NCCER to develop new technology-focused curricula and educational resources, with the goal of strengthening the connection between technology and the trades.

“We are proud to partner with a leading construction software company such as Procore,” said Boyd Worsham, President and CEO of NCCER. “Their experience and expertise in innovative technologies will be a valuable asset as we continue to usher construction education into a new era.”

Procore is a founding member of CareerStarter, a new tool powered by NCCER’s Build Your Future (BYF) initiative that provides career seekers with direct connections to local training programs and entry-level jobs. . Thanks to the generosity and support of industry sponsors, the CareerStarter service will be free for individuals, schools, training programs and employers.

Invest in innovation

Beyond providing software, Procore invests in construction education and innovation through Procore.org, which seeks to advance the construction industry through advocacy, education and technology. Procore.org customers enjoy free access to Procore’s software and curriculum and include educators who prepare the next generation of construction professionals and training centers responsible for honing the skills of trade professionals.

“Procore cares about workforce development because we are built just for the construction industry.” said Sasha Reed, director of industry advancement at Procore. “We see the challenges our customers are facing due to labor shortages. That’s why we’re investing in improving content while increasing awareness of construction career paths. We believe that partnering with NCCER will allow us to maximize our reach by attracting young talent to the To date, we are proud to provide products, training and certifications to over 30,000 students in 10 countries.

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