I have a friend with an earthwork company. He does things like ponds and building pads. He told me that if I take a basic cuts and fills course, he will mentor me and possibly, eventually give me work. The problem is that I cannot find any local classes or courses (in the Houston area). I have found online courses and full-on college programs, but I am just looking for a 1 to 2 week Cuts and Fills 101 sort of thing. Maybe I'm using the wrong terminology.
ny help would be greatly appreciated, even if it's just telling me the proper terminology. Thanks in advance.
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