Our training program has been approved by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts’ Division of Apprentice Standards and graduates receive certification in the areas they have mastered. The state’s strict requirements include completing 150 hours of classroom training in conjunctions with on the job experience. Each apprentice is interviewed quarterly, and their classroom progress is reviewed. You can rest easy knowing that when we arrive on-site, you are in the hands of qualified experts with the training needed to reliably handle your project. Our hands-on and classroom training includes: • Secure packing, moving and loading • Modular furniture installation • Supervisory skills • Project management • Driver safety By putting all of our crew members through the Sterling Academy, each individual performs their job with the precision and care required to give you the unmatched level of customer service that has been our hallmark since we started.
Our Training Partner - The Northeast Manufacturing Consortium
The Northeast Advanced Manufacturing Consortium (NAMC) consists of four workforce investment boards in partnership with industry, academia, and workforce organizations. Their goal is to promote sustained support for manufacturing within the Northeast. Part of their mission is to develop advanced occupational training programs. All training is vetted by an advisory board within the NAMC to ensure that the skills learned are applicable to the workplaces in Massachusetts.
Our Training Partner - New England Tractor Trailer Training School
New England Tractor Trailer Training School (NETTTS) has been serving students in the New England area since 1965, providing their students with comprehensive career training programs designed to prepare them for an entry-level position as a professionally trained truck driver. NETTTS is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC), which is listed by the U.S. Department of Education as a nationally recognized accrediting agency.