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Wisconsin Laborers' Training Center Online

How To Apply For Classes Online

  • Visit https://training.wislaborers.org/
  • Click on "Register for Courses" link
  • Use this link to enter username/password or register an account with the Training Center to register for courses

Wisconsin laborers are in the business of adding value to a construction operation by meeting the demand for a skilled, safe and productive workforce. That's why we work with contractors to provide the best and most diverse apprenticeship and training opportunities available. Nothing illustrates that philosophy and commitment more than the investment we have made in our state-of-the-art training facility, conveniently located just off interstate 90/94 at the hwy 19 exit, the 50,000 square foot laborers apprentice and training center features 4 training bays, and separate instructor demonstration and classroom areas.

35 Courses Are Offered On Site In The Following Industry Areas:

  • Heavy and highway
  • Commercial and industrial building construction
  • Utility construction
  • Environmental remediation
  • Building demolition
  • Asbestos removal
  • Nuclear decontamination and demolition
  • Tunnel work
  • Trenchless technology

Training For All Seasons

The laborers apprenticeship and training center permits continuous full scale, pipe laying, mason tending, concrete pouring, scaffold building and other hands-on instruction, regardless of weather conditions. The center maintains a rigorous training schedule throughout the year

Learning By Doing

There is no substitute for learning by doing. Both in the classroom and out in the field, instructors at the laborers' training center focus on instilling in each student the proper techniques they'll need to become knowledgeable, safe and productive workers.

Emphasize Safety

Regardless of topic or size of the class, safety and safety related issues are viewed as an essential component of every course offered at the center. Learning proper techniques, especially in today's competitive market, helps insure the safest and most productive job site.

Classes at the training center are open to construction laborers who are employed by contractors contributing to the Wisconsin laborers’ apprenticeship & training fund and who are members in good standing of any one of the 5 laborer locals around the state.