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Professional development and skills training are key to ensuring you have the knowledge needed to get the job done.

With a network of 15 state-of-the-art training centers across 6 states, we provide cutting-edge, hands-on training on the best practices and latest technologies to ensure you are fully prepared for the workplace.

For more information on our “earn-while-you-learn” apprenticeship approach as well the courses we offer, please visit the Southwest Carpenters Training Fund.

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The Carpenters International Training Center (ITC) is where we develop and train our most skilled Carpenters so that they can take what they learn back to their Locals.

The ITC supports the creation of new courses that meet contractors’ evolving needs and is home to ongoing refinements in core courses, such as:

  • interior systems
  • scaffolding
  • concrete formwork
  • commercial doors and hardware
  • gas and steam turbine installation and maintenance.

To learn more about the UBC Department of Education and Training and its programs, contact programs@swcarpenters.org or call 213.201.4213.

It’s never been more important for Carpenters at any stage of their career to be trained in Infection Control Risk Assessments (ICRA).  When construction workers are trained in ICRA, healthcare projects, patients, employees, and construction trade staff are safer. 

ICRA training is essential to reduce the risk of infection during the design, development, construction, and renovation of healthcare facilities. ICRA addresses the spread of contaminants released above ceilings, inside walls, or under floors during pre-construction activities and construction. ICRA involves control of many factors: including air pressure differentials, anterooms, medical facility awareness, effective communication, and personal protective equipment.

The ICRA protocol involves:

  • risk minimization
  • identification of hazardous materials
  • documentation
  • record-keeping
  • reporting

Learn more about ICRA and sign up for a class here.

The Carpenters International Training Fund (CITF) is now offering several classes online through the CITF Learning Management System. Get started here.