Carroll Daniel Construction Apprenticeship Program
Carroll Daniel’s Apprenticeship Program is available to high school students, trade school students and all existing or prospective employees desiring to become Construction Superintendents. The program typically requires two years to complete. Each apprentice receives a combination of technical college instruction and on-the-job training.
There is no cost to the apprentice for the training, and he/she will earn a progressive wage and benefits for work performed while enrolled in the program. Upon successful completion, the apprentice may be eligible for continued career growth with Carroll Daniel Construction as a Field Engineer.
Technical College Training
The program requires completion of a curriculum designed to prepare the apprentice for the responsibilities of Field Engineer. Courses include civil, structural, electrical, mechanical, management, estimating, etc.
The apprentice must complete approximately 4,000 hours of supervised on-the-job training on a Carroll Daniel jobsite.
Eligible High School students, who are at least 17 years old, may apply to be dual-enrolled, fulfilling their high school graduation requirements, technical college training, and on-the-job training simultaneously.
Upon completion of the apprenticeship program, the student may wish to continue their education at a 4-year university. The associate’s degree credits could be applied toward a 4-year bachelor’s degree in construction, or any related field.
We enroll new apprentice classes on a 2-year rotation. Each class averages 6-8 apprentices.
The standard certificate program requires two years to complete. Each apprentice receives a combination of Technical College Instruction and on the job training.
Yes, our program is a paid apprenticeship. Each apprentice begins at a pre-determined rate and is eligible for periodic incremental increases every 6 months. These increases are not guaranteed and require both academic good-standing and a satisfactory employment evaluation.
Carroll Daniel’s Apprenticeship Program has a direct focus on commercial construction competencies, as well as fast-tracking those interested in becoming commercial construction superintendents.
There is no cost to the apprentice throughout the program. The apprenticeship program allows an individual to fast track their career path. The two-year program teaches the necessary classroom instruction, in combination with 4,000 hours of on-the-job training. If the student chooses to continue, the associate degree credits could be applied toward a four-year bachelor’s degree in construction, or any related field.
Technical College Training: The program requires completion of a curriculum designed to prepare the apprentice for the responsibilities in Field Operations . Courses include: civil, structural, electrical, mechanical, management, and estimating.
On the Job Training: The apprentice must complete approximately 4,000 hours of supervised on the job training on a Carroll Daniel jobsite.
The apprentice must maintain a 3.0 GPA in their coursework at Lanier Technical College.
Mitch Beccue, a Class of 2021 Carroll Daniel Apprentice, was named Lanier Technical College’s winner of the Georgia Occupational Award of Leadership in 2021.
First class of Carroll Daniel Apprentices participate in a “signing day” event at the original Carroll Daniel headquarters in 2019.
2023 Carroll Daniel Apprenticeship Program Graduates Pictured with Brian Daniel, President & CEO of Carroll Daniel Construction Company.