Every craftsperson at Korellis completes a four-year apprenticeship program designed to teach exceptional field force personnel. At Korellis we continually train our craftspeople in the latest technologies and procedures through manufacturer’s certified vendor programs. We stay on top of new systems, installation techniques, and quality materials.

At Korellis, we strongly believe that education really never stops. To support that effort, a reimbursement program is available to all employees based upon classes that are work/industry/general education related.

All training and certifications are tracked in our system to ensure the right, qualified employee is tasked for the necessary work to be completed. This tracking also helps Korellis stay up-to-date with certifications which may soon expire so we can coordinate the retraining of all our employees.

The Highest Industry Standards

The Korellis Training Center provides supplemental training to the local union JATC apprenticeship programs. We fast-track skills and knowledge of upcoming apprentices and provide refresher courses to even the most experienced journeypersons. John Zamojski, our Quality and Training Manager, is a full-time trainer and is always available. Almost 100% of the training is conducted during inclement weather days and virtually no training is scheduled when our field force has an opportunity to work at a jobsite.

We have accreditation from the NRCA as a PROCertified Approved Training Center and John is an NRCA Qualified Trainer.

Our quality standards are exceptionally high and have afforded us the opportunity to work in most highly specialized industries, such as the Department of Energy’s Nuclear Weapons Processing Centers.