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Resources for Apprentices and Training Providers can be found at the Western Resource Center for Women in Apprenticeship.


Links to Apprenticeship Training Centers, Joint Apprenticeship Training Centers and Unions active in Oregon and SW Washington:

Oregon Apprenticeship
This website was developed, supported and endorsed by Oregon’s apprenticeship community, to inform, encourage and recruit Oregon’s next generation of apprentices.

Area 1 Inside Electrical JATC
Area 1 is an open shop Inside Electrical Training Program.

Area 1 Plumbers, Painters and Sign Installers
Area 1 is an open shop Plumber, Painter, and Sign Installer Program.

Cement Masons Local 555
Striving for both professionalism and craftsmanship, Cement Masons Local 555 is the local that covers Oregon, SW Washington, and Southern Idaho

IBEW Local 48
The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 48 is the local that covers Portland, Oregon and surrounding areas.

Northwest Laborers-Employers Training Trust Fund
The Northwest Laborers-Employers Training Trust Fund trains professional construction laborers in Washington and Utah.

Northwest Line Construction JATC
The Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee of the Northwest Line Construction Industry (NW Line JATC) is a non-profit association designed to systematically train unionized workers for the outside electrical construction industry.

NW Power Line Tree Trimmers Apprentice Training JATC
The main focus of the NW Line JATC is to keep the northwest outside electrical industry with an adequate number of highly skilled journey level workers. They do this by offering two different apprenticeship programs, the Outside Line Construction program and the Power Line Clearance & Tree Trimming Apprenticeship.

Operating Engineers Local 701
Local 701 of the International Union of Operating Engineers represents over 3,500 heavy equipment operators, heavy duty repairers, technical engineers and stationary engineers throughout Oregon and Southwest Washington.

Oregon Laborers-Employers
Construction Craft Laborers are a part of the skilled workforce building our communities and the country. Laborers are typically one of the first crafts on the job and the last craft to leave.

Oregon & SW Washington Roofers & Waterproofers JATC
The goal of the Roofers and Waterproofers JATC is to provide quality education for the future roofers and waterproofers entering the construction industry.

Oregon State Association of Plumbing, Heating & Cooling Contractors
The Oregon State Association of Plumbing, Heating & Cooling Contractors (ORPHCC) is the program administrator for the Mid-Valley Sheet Metal Workers and Mid-Valley Steamfitters/Pipefitters apprenticeship programs.

Pacific Northwest Carpenters Institute
Pacific Northwest Carpenters Institute (PNCI) is the premier educational institution in Oregon, Southwest Washington, and Idaho for Carpenters and the affiliated trades.

Pacific Northwest Regional Council of Carpenters
The Northwest Carpenters works with partner contractors to provide reliable and professional service to meet the growing needs of the northwest construction industry.

Plumbers & Steamfitters, Local 290
The UA Local 290 Training Center offers a five year Steamfitter and a five year Plumbers apprenticeship program consisting of on the job training and night school.

Sheet Metal Training Center
The Sheet Metal Training Trust, Union Local #16, and the Columbia Chapter of the Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors National Association have funded the training center represented by this site.

454 SE 187th Avenue, Portland, OR 97233; phone: 503.335.8200  |  fax: 503.249.0445