Extensive skills transfer with local partnership
Acrow’s commitment to local skills development
Acrow partners with local contractors, engineers and technicians during bridge development program implementation. Our training includes classroom and on-site instruction in the assembly, installation and maintenance of these critical infrastructure assets. This results in local teams of technicians qualified to build bridges and positively impact their local communities through enhanced connectivity.
Extensive skills development through training partnership
As part of our large-scale bridge development programs, Acrow partners with local stakeholders to implement extensive training in the assembly, installation and maintenance of these critical infrastructure assets. Our programs include both classroom and on-site training, resulting in local teams of engineers, technicians and contractors qualified to build bridges and support local communities well into the future.
Tailored to meet specific project requirements, our training is delivered at customer facilities in-country and Acrow’s facilities in the USA. Designed to accommodate up to 30 people at a time in an intensive 2-3 week program, courses are delivered by qualified site advisors with decades of experience in bridge installation and project management, all over the world.
These training partnerships are essential to the success of Acrow’s bridge development programs, leaving a lasting legacy of transformative infrastructure through investment in the skills of the next generation.
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