We are proud to be featured by American Cranes and Transport in an article that highlights Crewtek’s workforce development program, which aims to tackle the labor gap and form a pathway to meaningful occupations.
The article discusses how Crewtek cofounder, Alan Barnhart, was inspired by a powerline training program in Georgia and wondered if a similar program could be replicated in the crane industry. Training workers is a huge problem for crane-owning companies, and Crewtek is committed to helping solve this problem.
The article also mentions that Crewtek has partnered with ITI to create a non-profit organization that recruits, prepares, and places the next generation of skilled workers. The organization offers a range of resources for workers looking to improve their skills and find new job opportunities.