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Training: the union difference Posted by on

Training programs are in full swing with a fall schedule of classes to help members develop new skills or improve on the ones they've got. It's the training and skill that makes union carpenters the best value in the construction industry. And members that have a wider set of skills enjoy greater work opportunities, whether it's sticking with a company or finding a new place to start.

Check out the schedule of classes being offered this fall and find the class, location and schedule that's right for you.

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Apprenticeship Expo 2010 is next Friday Posted by on

2010 Apprenticeship Expo
Friday, October 1, 2010
New England Carpenters Training Center
13 Holman Road, Millbury, MA

Come see professional union carpenters showcase their skills in the following areas:
General Carpentry
Concrete Forms
Interior Systems/Drywall
Interior Finish/Cabinet Install
Commercial Diving
Mill Cabinet
Best Practices in Health Care Construction
Alucobond Panel Installation
Green Construction/Lead Awareness
Scaffold Erector

Visitors, including vocational school students and instructors, will be given guided tours of the training facility.

Join us on October 1st to get a first hand look at what it means to be a union carpenter!

For more information, contact the New England Carpenters Training Center at 508-792-5443.

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