Apprenticeships allow workers to earn a living wage while learning. You can experience on-the-job training and state-of-the-art class experiences. Our four-year Apprentice program helps Millwrights & Carpenters develop the skills they need to succeed, work higher paying jobs, and be the best in the industry.
Each person enrolled in a Apprenticeship Program, picks one specific craft, Millwright, Carpenter, or Floor Layer. Each craft has its specific class requirements and schedule. If you have questions about the differences between each craft, please reach out to a training center for details.Training Centers & course info
What is a Carpenter?
Carpenters saw, level, hammer, and measure wood and other building material. They install tile, insulation, acoustical ceilings, cabinets, siding, and much more. Carpenters work with a variety of tools and materials to build houses, construct bridges or highways, and erect skyscrapers. Carpentry is one of the oldest trades in the country.
What is a Millwright?
Millwrights install conveyor systems, turbines, and electrical generators. They maintain factory machinery and perform precision installation and maintenance work in nuclear power stations. Millwrights are highly skilled and can study and interpret blueprints and perform drilling, welding, or bolting necessary to bring the plans to fruition.
What is a Floor Layer?
Floor Layers install carpet, vinyl, laminate, and turf. Floor coverings serve important basic function in buildings, but their decorative qualities contribute to the buildings appeal. From simple carpet installations to complicated inlay, floor layers enhance aesthetics and safety of any building.
Training Verification Card (TVC)
Each new Apprentice receives a Training Verification Card in the mail upon registration in the TRAIN system. Members use the camera on their phone to scan the QR code on their card to review any upcoming training scheduled. Members can view member status, training history, upcoming training schedule, and all current qualifications and certifications through their TVC.
For more information on Training Verification Cards, click here to download a TVC Information Sheet.