Rewarding Career as a UBC Pile driver
FREE Pile Driver & diver TRAINING FOR VETERANS
Pile Drivers & Divers Program
UBC MVP Free pile driver and diver training for veterans leads to direct entry and 1-year of credit into our Pile Driver Apprenticeship program. No experience is necessary.
UBC Military Veterans Program Pile Drivers & Divers Training
The UBC MVP free 8-week Pile Driver & Diver training program is specifically designed for veterans transitioning or recently discharged from the military. Choose a career path as pile driver and then complete the free 8-week program. In addition, you’ll earn while you learn. No experience is needed although your MOS may have already prepared you for this innovative, hands-on training.
UBC MVP Pile Driver & Diver Training Track
- Track Courses
- OSHA 10-Hour
- First Aid CPR/AED
- UBC History & Heritage
Pile Diver & Diver Training for Veterans Leads to Jobs in Essential Industries
- Offshore Wind
- Bridge, Dock, & Wharf Building
- Pile Driving
- Ground Improvement
- Power Plants
Military Veterans Pile Driver Training Program Eligibility
- Within 180 Days from Separation/Discharge
- Fit for Duty [physically & mentally]
- Construction or Mechanical MOS or Related Experience is Helpful, But Not Required
- Security Clearance [helpful, but not required]
- Pass Basic Mechanical Aptitude Exam
- Basic Math, Reading, & Communication Skills
- Good Attitude
- Successfully Complete Pre-Screen Interview
- Written Consent from CO [required]
Sign Up for the Next Veterans Pile Driver, Millwright, or Carpenter Job Training Sessions
First, check out the cohort training sessions currently planned at Fort Hood, Texas; Fort Campbell, Kentucky; Fort Drum, New York; and Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington. Second, click Apply Today and complete the form; however, if you have questions, feel free to contact our MVP or your CSP on base.
Choose a Career with the UBC Pile Drivers & Divers
Pile drivers drive steel, concrete, or wood piling into the earth during the early stages of construction. Skill is crucial to both a project’s success and the safety of workers, since the piling is necessary to hold back the earth during excavations; to set up the foundation of skyscrapers, highways, and bridges; and to build docks and wharfs.
UBC pile drivers are experts in all aspects of this challenging job, beginning with pre-installation inspections of the material and job site using static and dynamic testing. They are skilled at determining load-carrying capacities, gauging hammer performance, and accommodating lateral, compression, or tension loads.
Some pile drivers are also commercial divers, responsible for the underwater construction required by many industries, including construction and power generation.
Learn More About the UBC Pile Drivers & Divers and Network of Contractors
SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED FOR VETERANS
No experience is needed; however, your MOS may have already prepared you to be a pile driver, diver, millwright or carpenter if your experience includes carpentry, industrial, diesel, turbine, track, hydraulics, automotive, aircraft, or other mechanical MOS.