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HBI Rolls Out Virtual Learning Alternatives for Students

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HBI Rolls Out Virtual Learning Alternatives for Students

March 23, 2020
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By Marcos

Are you a parent whose kids are going a little stir crazy? Set them up with free lessons in the trades, right at home. In an effort to continue their student outreach, HBI is granting complimentary access to online learning alternatives for local schools and training programs. Requiring no books, the programs are structured for completely online-based study. Students can learn about safety, communication, and interviewing techniques. Find out more about the programs and get a little inspiration from the future leaders of the home building industry.

The coronavirus pandemic continues to challenge all sectors of our economy and our educational systems. HBI, a national leader for career training in the building industry, announced complimentary access to online learning alternatives for local schools and training programs. This access comes in response to increasing K-12 requests across the nation.

The Flexible Instruction Day (FID) material does not require textbooks or workbooks to accommodate self-paced online learning. Students will learn fundamental knowledge and skills, such as safety, communication, social media presence and interviewing techniques.

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