Classes will resume at several of our training sites beginning Monday, July 6, 2020 under Washington State Safe Start and Center for Disease Control (CDC) safe practices guidelines.
During the four phases of reopening, class sizes will be limited. For that reason, you must be pre-registered in order to attend class at any of the training sites. Walk-ins and standbys will not be permitted to attend classes.
Should you experience any of the following symptoms that cannot be attributable to another condition, DO NOT come to the training site(s):
* Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
Or at least two of these symptoms:
Repeated shaking with chills
New loss of taste or smell
Once on campus, masks (and other personal protective equipment as may be required) are mandatory. Students and staff will be required to maintain social distancing.
As an additional precaution, both staff and students will have their (non-contact) temperatures taken daily prior to being allowed into the office or classrooms.
You will be expected to observe these safety practices while attending any NWLETT training. Should you be unwilling or unable to comply, you will not be able to attend classes under the Safe Start plan.
We want to provide a safe environment for all members and staff and appreciate everyone’s effort to comply.
What to do if you have been exposed to someone with confirmed coronavirus: https://www.doh.wa.gov/Portals/1/Documents/1600/coronavirus/COVIDexposed.pdf
Look around. It’s happening all over the region. See all those tower cranes and all that heavy equipment? All the roads and bridges and tunnels under construction? It’s called a building boom. Those guys and gals in orange vests are skilled construction laborers and there’s never been a greater demand for them. So if you’re up for the challenge, NWLETT has a hard hat with your name on it. And we’ll train you. For free.
Click on the Apprenticeship Program button below for the details, or scroll down for more cool stuff.
Construction doesn’t pay.
Only muscle–bound, mouth–breathing knuckle–draggers can make it in construction.
Construction is for high-school dummies and dropouts.
(Don’t worry, it’s only 60 seconds long.)
Northwest Laborers-Employers Training Trust Fund is applying for initial accreditation with the Commission of the Council on Occupational Education (COE).
If you wish to make comments on our qualifications for status with the Commission, please write to the Executive Director of the Commission, Council on Occupational Education, 7840 Roswell Road, Building 300, Suite 325, Atlanta, Georgia 30350. Alternatively, you can submit your comments through the council’s website. Persons making comments must provide their names and mailing addresses.
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