Earth Mover School Graduate Ryan Anderson: September 2008

This can be you in a matter of weeks. Stop Waiting! Click Here! Welcome Ryan Anderson. Ryan Anderson joins us from Ormond Beach, Florida.  He’s 18 years, and has a very diverse career background for his young age.  Prior to attending National Heavy Equipment School, Ryan Anderson worked in a 4 star hotel at the front desk, security and various other jobs. Like other graduates of National Training, Ryan decided working inside wasn’t...

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Earth Mover School Graduate Mack Norman: December 2005

This can be you in a matter of weeks. Stop Waiting! Click Here! Gaffney South Carolina is home to a Mr. Mack Norman. Mack used to operate computers. Mack gave up two things to be a computer operator. He gave up any hope of ever working outdoors; and he gave up a childhood dream. Playing in the dirt with dirt with toy trucks and tractors is almost a right of passage from boyhood to adolescence. For some, that boyhood playtime event...

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Earth Mover School Graduate Orpria Lawrence: November 2005

This can be you in a matter of weeks. Stop Waiting! Click Here! Today, nearly 60% of women age 16 and over participate in the workforce. While women have made some gains in occupations traditionally occupied by men, construction trades remain overwhelmingly male dominated. In 1970, when OSHA was enacted, women made up less than one percent of workers in the construction trades. By 2000 that percentage had only grown to 2.5 percent....

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Earth Mover School Graduate Roger Johnson: October 2005

This can be you in a matter of weeks. Stop Waiting! Click Here! National Heavy Equipment Operators School want’s to introduce you to Mr. Roger Johnson. Roger graduated from our most excellent school in December of 2003. Since graduation Roger has been gainfully employed with ADB utility contractors. ADB is actually American Directional Boring. Roger routinely uses Caterpillar equipment including the mini excavator pictured here. He...

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