- Painters & Allied Trades DC-6
- Ohio-Kentucky ADC
- Boilermakers Local 744
- Bricklayers Local 5
- Bricklayers Local 16
- Carpenters Local 373
- Carpenters Local 435
- Cement Masons Local 404
- Electrical Workers Local 38
- Electrical Workers Local 673
- Elevator Constructors Local 17
- Glaziers Local 181
- Heat & Frost Insulators Local 3
- Iron Workers Local 17
- Laborers Local 245
- Laborers Local 310
- Laborers Local 860
- Millwright Pile Driver Local 1090
- Municipal Foremen & Laborers Local 1099
- Pipefitters Local 120
- Plasterers Local 526 (formerly Plasterers Local 31)
- Plumbers Local 55
- Roofers & Waterproofers Local 44
- Sign, Display & Allied Trades Local 639
- Sheet Metal Workers Local 33
- Teamsters Local 407
- Teamsters Local 436
- Theatrical Stage Employees Local 27
- Tile Layers Local 36
Through state-of-the-art Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committees (JATC), the affiliated unions of the Cleveland Building & Construction Trades Council provide quality training and upgrade training for apprentices and journeypersons. These facilities are run by only the most certified instructors and provide funding, support and up-to-date curriculum for the very best training in the building and construction industry.
A union-trained craftsman receives certified training, including safety and skills training, at no cost to the union member. Each of our affiliated JATCs provide safety training both on the job and through Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) construction outreach training programs.
The construction industry relies heavily on skilled craftsmanship, so apprenticeship and upgrade training programs give our union members the most modern skills and knowledge to be fully productive trades workers. Union journeyperson-level workers are kept current and up-to-date in the newest technologies because unions provide skills-upgrade training that constantly addresses new training needs and designs appropriate training courses.
Statistics show that union training programs significantly outperform their non-union counterparts in enrollment levels, graduation rates, overall curriculum and training facility quality.