Laborers’ Apprenticeship, Training & Skills Development

Construction craft Laborers perform a wide range of physically demanding tasks on Building and Highway Construction, tunnels, hazardous material removal, environmental remediation and demolition. Construction Craft Laborers are increasingly expected to have knowledge skills and competencies in using, managing and understanding new and in use technologies in the construction industry.

Laborers’ Training Center

50 Wild Horse Drive: east of Reno/Sparks off I-80 at “Patrick” Exit #28

Laborers' Training Center opened Sept 2010

Labor Education and Training

Laborers Local 169 co-sponsors a joint Labor Management Training and Apprenticeship Program. The program provides both hands on and in class training and instruction to journeyman and apprentice construction craft laborers, which includes:

  • Apprenticeship training to prepare skilled workers of the construction industry
  • Journeyman training, skill upgrades and refreshers to help workers develop new skills and enhance existing ones
  • Safety training and certification of instruction to provide the safest and most productive workers in the industry
  • Specialty training to meet a specific need of a signatory contactor with flexibility to meet new and changing demands in the industry

Map to Laborers’ Training Center

Click here for map and directions to the Laborers’ Training Center

Evaluation Form

Apprentice Supervisor Evaluation Report: to be turned in monthly with check stubs

Interested in a class?
E-mail the Training School with your name, phone number, class, class date

How to Apply for the Apprentice Program

Training Classes

Flagger Certification Courses

  • contact: Marlinda Ebbert
  • 775.857.7633

Online OSHA 10-Hour Training

  • 866.959.6230
  • 888.614.SAFE

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