Finding and retaining quality workers continues to be a major issue for those in the roofing industry. What companies are missing—and what they truly need—is proper worker training and coaching by a qualified professional.
When it comes to training, some contractors just keep doing what they have been doing for years, not realizing these old methods don’t work well. For example, they will:
It is time for a new way of thinking about training. By offering exceptional training to new hires and midcareer workers, you will help retain existing employees and attract new ones. Employees will stay because they are being trained, rather than leave because they are not.
To that end, NRCA has developed its Qualified Trainer Conference, a state-of-the-art, three-day classroom and hands-on educational program that gives your employee(s) the tools they need to become exceptional trainers while also gaining access to NRCA‘s training resources. An NRCA Qualified Trainer:
After 3 days of this class I can honestly say that this class was probably the most impactful training I've ever had and I'm looking forward to going out and leading other young men.
Harness Roofing, West Monroe, La.
It’s amazing how much I learned. If you are really trying to retain your employees, you need to come to this conference and get it done.
IRC Industrial Roofing Companies, Portland, Maine
The course overall has given me new insight on how keep trainees more engaged and involved.
Universal Roof and Contracting, Orlando, Fla.