With Temperatures Dropping Our Continuing Education Courses On Cold Climate Construction Heated Up

With Temperatures Dropping Our Continuing Education Courses On Cold Climate Construction Heated Up

Are you running out of time to reach your 2017 continuing education goal? Procore has over 170 on-demand continuing education courses available free of charge to help you reach your requirement by the end of the year. This month we’re focused on seasonal changes and their impact on construction. We’ve partnered with the Cold Climate Housing Research Center to bring you six courses on cold climate building science. Here are some highlights of our cold climate courses: Building Science: Cold Climate Window Insulation Cold climates and extreme temperature fluctuations can cause windows to bend, crack, and let in... Read More

Skilling Up The Workforce with AGC and Go Build California

Skilling Up The Workforce with AGC and Go Build California

Originally published on GoBuildCalifornia.com. The AGC Construction Education Foundation (AGC CEF), the workforce development arm of the Associated General Contractors of California (AGC), yesterday announced Procore as a Pipeline Partner. The partnership was coordinated through Procore.org and is the first of its kind for the Association. “The goals of Procore.org align with those of the AGC CEF to educate and support the advancement of the next generation construction workforce,” said Darryl Kysar, director of Procore.org. “By leveraging the best resources of both organizations we’ll be helping to empower the future construction workforce with innovative education... Read More

Procore Continuing Education Launches 16 New Courses Covering Everything from Rebuilding After Disasters to Biophilia in Design

Procore Continuing Education Launches 16 New Courses Covering Everything from Rebuilding After Disasters to Biophilia in Design

This month Procore's Continuing Education program launched 16 new free courses construction professionals can access in order to further their education and meet their CE requirements! This is one of many ways we contribute to the industry that builds the world. Here are some of the highlights of the classes released last month: Lessons from Harvey: Rebuilding After a Disaster In the wake of Hurricane Harvey, the state of Texas and the City of Houston were faced with one of the greatest rebuild challenges the United States has ever seen. 52 inches of rainfall left over 136,000 residential and... Read More

Procore Now Offers Over 150 Continuing Education Courses to Construction Professionals

Procore Now Offers Over 150 Continuing Education Courses to Construction Professionals

Procore has developed over 150 FREE courses on topics ranging from building a safety culture to drones in construction. Procore’s Continuing Education program was created with one goal in mind: provide top-notch courses for construction industry professionals. Some of the courses include recorded webinars, live presentations, and eBooks led and written by construction industry leaders and subject matter experts. The best part? Each course has been approved for valuable CE credit from top associations. This month Procore CE launched 23 new courses. Here are some highlights: Cold Climate Building Science In a partnership with our friends at the Cold... Read More

15,000 Procore Certified Users And Counting

15,000 Procore Certified Users And Counting

In 2015, we launched the Procore Certification Program, a self-paced, role-based online learning platform that provides any construction professional or student with access to instructional videos to improve and validate their Procore skillset. Completion of a course earns the user the Procore Certified User moniker; an increasingly valuable workplace designation in the construction sector. In fact, you’ll often see our certified users add the Procore Certification directly to their LinkedIn profiles. In a little over one year, more than 15,000 users have become Procore Certified––swelling the global ranks of those who can claim that distinction. This means... Read More