UBC TRAINING PROGRAMS
The Carpenters International Training Center (ITC) is a thriving monument to the Brotherhood’s commitment to skills and productivity, and to building strength as a union and an industry partner.
Above all, the ITC is where we develop and train local trainers who deliver the most current craft-skills instruction to members at more than 200 centers around North America. The ITC supports the creation of new courses that meet contractors’ evolving needs, and it 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; and many others.
The center also hosts direct member training in power-generation and other special crafts, as well as industry conferences and an array of development programs that teach our members leadership, productivity, project management, communication, and other skills.
The Carpenters International Training Center is keeping union carpenters and our signatories competitive–whatever the future may bring.
The UBC’s Department of Education and Training (DET) aligns education, leadership, and development of members and union staff with the Brotherhood’s strategic priorities of growth, skill and professionalism, and organizational effectiveness.
3rd Year Apprentice Program: Helping Build Our Industries
During the 3rd Year Apprentice program, seasoned apprentices gain a greater understanding of the Brotherhood and the construction industry, and of the role union members play in the success of both. Participants learn how professionalism, productivity, skill, and attitude contribute to their own success as well as that of their employers.
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UBC Journeymen: Building Leadership for a Strong Future
Journeymen develop leadership, mentoring, coaching, and communication skills, and learn to engage with newer members and lead by example, all while promoting positive work environments and productivity on the job.
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212 Journeymen: Next Level UBC Leaders
The 212 Journeymen: Next Level UBC Leaders program focuses on Journeymen Leaders who have committed to utilizing the skills learned in UBC Journeymen: Building Leadership for a Strong Future program and embraced the characteristics of a Transformational Leader as active members of the UBC workforce.
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Collaborative Leadership: Building Jobsite Leaders
This program focuses on leadership, communication, entrepreneurship, coaching, and collaboration among the parties of a building project, such as the contractor, general contractor, project manager, facility manager and the owner.
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Foreman Training Program: Building a Solid Foundation
This course highlights the importance of leadership and management skills on the job. Participants are provided with the tools and techniques for success in their positions back home and receive guidance for balancing planning, communication and production responsibilities during a project.
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Delegate Training Program: Building a Better, Stronger Union
This four-day program reinforces the leadership role that elected council delegates play in their locals, their councils, and in the greater UBC. Participants hone skills as communicators, advocates, mobilizers, coalition builders, and politically active union citizens.
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