A trained worker is a safe worker.
Our commitment to safety represents the priority we place on protecting our employees, customers and the public.
“The purpose and objective of our training program is to mold the next generation of highly skilled and competent electricians in the Carolina Metro area.“
-- Steve Strokis, Safety & Training Manager
WB Moore is proud to partner with Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) to provide the highest level of training to our staff. ABC is a national trade association that takes pride in its merit shop philosophy and has 72 chapters representing 22,000 members from thousands of industry-related firms. They focus on helping “members win work and deliver that work safely, ethically and profitably for the betterment of the communities in which they work”.
The National Center for Construction Education & Research (NCCER) is responsible for the design, implementation, control, and evaluation of this national standardized craft training process.
Continuing Education, Training and Certification
In addition to apprenticeship training, WB Moore offers career enhancement opportunities for our employees such as NEC Code classes to OSHA 10 & 30-hour certification.
Newly appointed or prospective leaders attend four consecutive weekly half day sessions. The course curriculum focuses on enabling participants to achieve and maintain the difficult balance necessary to function as a worker and as a team leader. This skills development course offers the opportunity to learn key steps in leadership.
Principles of Management:
Selected personnel can enhance career growth by attending eight consecutive weekly half day sessions. Graduates gain insights into the supervisors’ role in management, utilize tools to lead, plan, organize and control processes and procedures and more.
National Electrical Code Training:
This course is offered to our craftsmen personnel who either are preparing for their North Carolina license exam or maintaining their certification. The course curriculum focuses on the practical safeguarding of persons and property from hazards arising from the use of electricity. The certified trainer covers the installation of electric conductors, electric equipment, wiring methods and materials, etc.
With a eye toward the future, WB Moore is equipping the next generation of skilled and competent electricians with our 4 1/2 year Apprenticeship Training program. Taught by NCCER accredited instructors and based on its Contren content, it is a modular course of instruction recognized in any state that teaches the NCCER curriculum. Chapters cover NEC Code requirements for all aspects of electrical installation as well as general and electrical safety. Apprentices receive over 500 hours of class room instruction on lighting, motors and motor control, box fill, fittings, classified areas, conduit bending, conductors and low voltage systems.