Day 2 (Jeremy kicked off the research last Friday) of our Trades Analysis field research. I'm out visiting sites in charming (and busy!) Sunrise Cove today. Feedback and survey questionnaires have been great with lots of insight. I felt bad taking the boss off the job for 30 minutes. However his (and other company's) feedback and experience are very much needed if we're going to properly unfold answers to workforce training and construction industry potential. One thing is for certain -- there is no shortage of work in the construction industry! The answers and feedback we're getting show the depth of complexity in workforce issues and training needs.
Perhaps the hardest part was deflating my ego showing up with pristine clean workboots -- hopefully no one saw me scuffing and kicking dust all over them right before I landed on the job site.
We realize it's crazy busy and when the sun is shining you need to construct (likewise when it's raining/snowing/melting/freezing). On that note, Workplace Learning very much appreciates all the great answers we're getting from construction companies on PEI.
We want to hear from as many as possible – your input matters! Please contact me, Mark Douglas, at 620-3618 or firstname.lastname@example.org (or through here) if you’re in the construction industry and want to participate in our research survey. Thank you!! 🙌
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