Get Trained

The training and education required to work in construction depend on the career and the type of work performed. Some occupations require less than a month of on-the-job training; however, some urban and regional planners require a master's degree.

The information provided below presents the level of education or training typically required to work in the occupations (some employers might prefer to hire people with more education, training, or experience). Note that some occupations may have more than one required level of education because the type of work performed may vary in specific jobs.

Training Required

 

Post-secondary educational institutions in idaho

Brigham Young University (Idaho)

Brigham Young University (Idaho)

College of Eastern Idaho

College of Eastern Idaho

College of Southern Idaho

College of Southern Idaho

Idaho State University

Idaho State University

Lewis-Clark State College

Lewis-Clark State College

North Idaho College

North Idaho College

Northwest Lineman College

Northwest Lineman College

Treasure Valley Community College

Treasure Valley Community College

Get funding

If you are interested in a trade that requires a degree or certification, you may need to attend college.  If that’s the case, there’s a lot of financial aid available to students, including scholarships, grants, and loans. There are also many other ways to pay for education, including community or military service.

United Sates

National Scholarships