The CWHBA offers education programming for all ranges of home building industry professionals – from new hires, to sales and marketing professionals, to seasoned contractors. Members looking to increase their knowledge and professionalism can benefit from programs on the latest building and energy codes, contracts, accounting and business practices, and many other topics and trainings unique to the home building industry.
The CWHBA continues to add new programs, timely seminars and industry workshops on important issues. If you have a specific education need, give us a call to discuss scheduling.
The CWHBA education efforts also support programs that promote and educate the future individuals of the home building industry. The Central Washington Home Builders Association has strategic partnerships with specialty trades programs in both trade schools and public schools including: Perry Technical Institute and Wenatchee Connect Learns.
The CWHBA, through these partnerships works to promote the industry as a profession and connect the students in various education programs with industry professionals and future employment opportunities.
The HBA offers dozens of hours of professional education each year.
For a list of upcoming courses, visit our list of courses.
The Central Washington Home Builders Association is proud of its commitment to workforce development and education. Each year we award scholarships to local students furthering their education in the building industry or its related fields based on academic factors, applicant performance and career goals.
The Association is an enthusiastic supporter of students preparing for the future work force in the Building Industry. The Cliff Tanassae and CWHBA scholarship are awarded annually; this year, they application is due by June 19, 2020.
In addition to the CWHBA scholarships, the Building Industry Association of Washington offers scholarships and grants to students who have demonstrated a passion and commitment to developing a career in the home building industry. They also offer funding grants to organizations offering programs in construction-related fields of study, residential construction career training, continuing education, apprenticeship and skills assessment services, and technical training programs educating tomorrow’s home builders. Visit biaw.com/Education to learn more about these opportunities.