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Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving
On this Thanksgiving Day, Associated Training Services expresses gratitude to the diligent men and women who contribute to the growth of America. We appreciate the opportunity to train and certify individuals who play a crucial role in keeping our nation strong. As you celebrate this holiday, take a moment to express gratitude to the significant…

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Prepare your job site for winter weather

Winter Weather
Winter weather can add to the existing hazards one faces when working on construction. When there is a risk of snow and ice or even blustery winds, you need to take the proper precautions to help ensure the safety of your crew at the job site. Strong winds, snow, and ice increase the risk of…

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Using smart pavement

Smart Pavement
Smart pavement is now being tested and some experts believe it will be used in the real world in the near future. These are often referred to as “smart roads.” These roads are installed by connecting prefabricated blocks together. Each block has sensors and those sensors detect vehicle traffic. Those sensors can also interact with…

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New NCCCO Written Testing Requirements

NCCCO Certifications
Attention: All ATS Specialized Customers doing NCCCO training & testing. Effective Date: January 1, 2024 Beginning on January 1, 2024, all NCCCO written exam testing will have to be done on a computer connected to the NCCCO written testing website. ATS will be offering two ways for you to complete the NCCCO written testing:

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Why should you choose a career in construction?

Why a Career in construction
There are many reasons people choose a career in construction. Here are some of the more common reasons that people choose to work in construction. If you are serious about choosing a career that will give you job satisfaction, construction should be on your shortlist. To learn more about construction opportunities, talk with an educational…

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Crane Operator Safety Training

Crane Operator Safety
Cranes are a necessity in the construction industry. By using their hooks and booms, cranes help transport large and heavy materials at the work site. Cranes are created to help lessen the load of the workers and make their jobs easier, transporting things that are too heavy or dense for the workers to transport otherwise.…

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