Tyler Dunn gets his CDL license Congratulations to Tyler Thompson. He now has his CDL class A Gerald Simpson presenting Apprentice of the year award to Mike Pohl
Tyler Dunn gets his CDL license
Congratulations to Tyler Thompson. He now has his CDL class A
Gerald Simpson presenting Apprentice of the year award to Mike Pohl

Training

If you have any questions, please contact Gerald Simpson.
Office: 757-461-4505
Cell: 804-836-4707
gerald@iuoe147.org

Upcoming Training Opportunities

These class’s our open to all members of IUOE #147 and IUOE #465 that are in good standing.

Sunday, December 3 and
Sunday, December 10, 2017 – OSHA 10

All Class’s will start promptly 8 am and will be held at theIUOE Local #147 Training Site in Disputanta, VA.

Please call Gerald Simpson for more info and to sign up for these classes due to training info needed.

photo of IUOE147 members with new overhead crane

New Overhead Crane


2017 apprentice of the year tyler thompson

2017 Apprentice-of-the-Year Tyler Thompson

As an integral part of its commitment to provide highly skilled heavy equipment operators and stationary/facilities engineers to the construction, stationary and environmental industries, the International Union of Operating Engineers developed and implemented comprehensive training programs that are widely recognized as the best in those industries.

IUOE local unions throughout the U. S. and Canada , with extensive support and input from the International Union, administer the training programs.

Additionally, the IUOE has cooperative working agreements with the U. S. Department of Energy to administer and operate the nation’s foremost hazardous materials (HAZMAT) training program and the International Environmental Technology and Training Center , both located at the IUOE National Hazmat Project in Beckley, WV.

The IUOE also participates in the Job Corps program, a training program for young people, age 16 – 24. The IUOE has training agreements with the U.S. Departments of Labor and Agriculture to administer and operate pre-apprenticeship training programs at various Job Corps training centers throughout the U.S.