Associated Builders and Contractors’ Pelican Chapter Announces Lake Charles Training Center Graduation
LAKE CHARLES, LA. – The Pelican Chapter of the Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc. today announced that 205 students will be graduating from its Southwest Training Center this Thursday after completing craft training programs in welding, heavy equipment, mobile crane, pipefitting, millwright, electrical, and instrumentation. Graduates have been training for six months to three years depending on the craft.
“After completing our craft training courses, these graduates will bring a valuable skill set wherever their careers take them,” said David Helveston, President and CEO of the Pelican Chapter of the Associated Builders and Contractors. “These men and women are the future of our nation’s skilled workforce, and we commend their dedication, and the long hours and work they have put in to perfect their craft. We hope you’ll join us in celebrating their accomplishments and listen to the stories of these hard workers.”
What: Southwest Training Center Spring Semester 2018 Graduation Ceremony
Who: Students who have completed course work for their respective craft. Business and community leaders will also be in attendance.
When: Thursday, June 28, 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Where: West Cal Event Center (401 Arena Rd, Sulphur, LA 70665)
*Media registration: Contact Erika Walter at firstname.lastname@example.org or 225-448-3348*
The Pelican Chapter of Associated Builders and Contractors Inc. (ABC) was incorporated in 1980 and covers 52 parishes in Louisiana. It is a diverse, non-profit, trade association of contractors, subcontractors, suppliers and industry professionals who have joined together to advance the construction industry by supporting their mission, to promote and protect the Merit Shop Philosophy and the principles of the free enterprise system in the construction industry.
Pelican Chapter, ABC is a non-profit organization based in Baton Rouge, LA. For information on Pelican Chapter communications and media contact Erika Walter, 225-448-3348.