The training center will be open this morning.
We will be there today. Some areas received more snow overnight. If your drive is treacherous stay home. We will post reading assignments here later this morning.
We are here and we are training today. Industrial Rd has a bunch of packed snow on it but is relatively passable.
Reading assignment for apprentices at home… chapters three and seven in the “Textbook of Canadian Masonry”.
Dont even try. Unless you are close to the school just wait until roads are cleared. Archie will be there if you are already on the way. Otherwise hole up till it clears.
The TTTA will generally always have someone here during normal business hours. For exceptionally bad snow days or during potentially dangerous conditions we may decide to close the facility and will post that information here or call all training participants. If you cannot make it to class due to road conditions in your area notify your instructor via text message or a phone call. Be aware that Industrial Road does not always receive the best treatment from plows and salt trucks and the road may be very slick.
The cement masons apprenticeship training program has been harmonized with other provinces.
Any ideas for what you would like to see on the Trowel Trade Training Association Website and blog? Videos, schedules, study information? what do you need to see? Email Geoff Higginson or call 1-844-480-2463.
Level 1/2 Technical Training starting September 10th at the Training Center.
Launching our new blog and information page, stored on secure media in British Columbia, and dedicated to promoting, improving and supporting the training and employment of BC workers in the Trowel trade Crafts of Bricklaying, Concrete Finishing and Tilesetting.