Workforce Development, Education & Training at Cajun Industries, LLC is a critical human capital system. Our programs identify future needs, develop a productive workforce, observe the competencies and skill levels of employees, and determine both proficiency and skill gap . Cajun is dedicated to providing employees with the necessary training to ensure our company remains a safe and productive workplace. Training is essential to Cajun safety culture and Cajun employee development. All employees at Cajun, from field craft to executive management, benefit from our workforce development programs.
Locate Craft Training and Assessment Center:
Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc. (ABC) School Information
- Pick your Training Center:
- ABC Bayou New Orleans – Carpentry, Pipefitter and Welding
- ABC Pelican Baton Rouge – Carpentry, Pipefitter, Welding, Millwright, Heavy
- ABC Pelican SW Lake Charles – Carpentry, Pipefitter, Welding, Heavy Equipment, Equipment, Mobile Crane and Specialty Mobile Crane and Safety
- All payments are accepted by Money Order only and are due at time of enrollment.
- ABC Bayou New Orleans - $225 and includes Core
- ABC Pelican Baton Rouge - $200 12 week Core and upon completion can self-enroll into craft training
- Safety Course (CSST) $800 (requires 3 years of experience)
- Specialty Course $600 Print Reading, Estimating, Planning and Scheduling
- ABC Pelican SW Lake Charles - $140 12 week Core and upon completion can self-enroll into craft training
- Have application signed by supervisor for approval to attend training.
- Submit approved application and money order to field support.
- Workforce Development will be onsite to collect application and payment for enrollment.
- Workforce Development will enroll students during contractor enrollment period.
- Current students will enroll as priority prior to contractor enrollment period.
- All student will receive and be identified on the jobsite with a GREEN NCCER Hard Hat Sticker
Please contact Chris Newton or Tanya Hebert if you have questions
Chris Newton – email@example.com
Tanya Hebert – 225-754-1372 or Tanya.firstname.lastname@example.org
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Hazard Awareness Training
Cajun Supervisory Training
Cajun Industries, LLC is dedicated to providing employees the training needed to make our company a safe and productive workplace. Training is an essential part of Cajun's safety culture and employee development.
All employees at Cajun, from field craft persons to executive management, benefit from the Cajun Training Program. The comprehensive program begins at orientation and examines 23 topics ensuring new employees understand Cajun’s policies and procedures, any hazards he/she might be exposed to, and how to prevent those hazards prior to beginning work. Topics of discussion include safety, professional, competent person, and management. Cajun employees also receive appropriate site-specific orientation and training.
Cajun employees can view the training manual on the Cajun intranet under Forms/Library; Training; Training Manual 2016. Cajun employees can also discuss additional training with their supervisors or contact Chris Newton at email@example.com.
Technical & Community Colleges
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Employee Craft Training Alumni Spotlight:
Name: Chris Bayless
Company: Cajun IDC, LLC (Industrial design and construction)
Jobs sites worked on: Fabrications shops, Sinclair-WY, Motiva- Port Author, Lubrizol -TX, Currently Working the CRW Project at Dow-Oyster Creek in Freeport, TX. This is a part of the Gulfstream program.
What craft did you study? NCCER - Pipe Fitter Lv.4
What position are you now in? Pipe Fitter.
What are the benefits of craft training and NCCER certification? Having the NCCER Pipe Certification makes you stand out over others without the certification. Once I was able to obtain the certification, I felt a sense of pride for accomplishing the technical side of my craft.
What additional educational training have you received? Hands on, in the field.
Describe your craft training: Journeyman were influential in showing me how to do the job and walking me through all the math I needed to know. Applying what they have shown me over the years has been very beneficial.
What advice would you give to those interested in craft training and NCCER Certification? Ask questions and study for the test before taking it.
If you have questions or desire more information about Craft, Cajun or NCCER Training please contact Cajun's Workforce Development Manager Chris Newton at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Tanya Hebert at 225-754-1372.