Since the program’s inception in 2003, we have developed a strong track record of world-class training and graduates that perform at the highest level. Over 80% of program graduates retain employment for at least one year.
Our programs demand full compliance from all program participants, including a strict 40-hour per week training schedule. Absences and tardiness are not tolerated. Only students who complete the course without missing class time and who demonstrate proficiency are eligible for career placement.
Enrollment into the training programs is highly competitive. Each class admits only 10% of applicants. B’more Green maintains an extensive waiting list that grows daily. Students are evaluated using both written exams (requiring a score of 70% or higher) and hands-on practicum where industry experts assess each student’s competency.
All candidates must successfully complete a multi-step screening process that includes an information session, written application, criminal background investigation, urinalysis drug screening, OSHA respiratory physical examination, and several interviews with multiple project staff.
Our instructors and trainers are accredited environmental professionals. Their expertise in the industry ensures quality performance from our graduates.
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