Oct 4, 2014
Women in the Trades

Due to popular demand we are offering another Women in the Trades Electrical class that will be held on Evenings and Saturdays!
This class starts October 28th and we are seeking applicants now!

Women in the Trades Recruitment! Apply Now, for a INTRODUCTORY COURSE training that will be held Oct. 20th - 24th

The course will provide participants hands-on training in Basic Electrical skills.

Aug 12, 2014
Construction Academies

The Anchorage, Mat-Su, and Fairbanks construction academies are recruiting students for upcoming Fall classes!  Our online application can be found under our Construction Academies tab.

Click HERE to apply for the Construction Academies.

For more information call us at 569-4704

Apr 23, 2012

JOINT BASE ELMENDORF-RICHARDSON - Amid looming defense personnel cuts, it’s more important than ever for service members to gain marketable skills during their time in the military.



Pipeline Training

The annual pipeline training event held in Fairbanks is the only one if its kind in the nation. For two weeks each year, trainees learn the skills and teamwork needed to build a cross-country, large-diameter pipeline across Alaska. Training as a combined workforce, students receive quality hands-on instruction in conditions similar to those they will experience on the job. Teamsters Local 959, Operators Local 302, Plumbers & Pipefitters Local 375 and Laborers Local 942 and 341 provided the training. 

Safety is paramount in teaching workers the skills needed to build a pipeline like those found on Alaska’s North Slope. Each stage of pipeline construction is orchestrated so that the work flows safely and efficiently between the specially trained crews. The 2010 annual pipeline training event marked its ninth year with a perfect safety record. In more than 100,000 hours of training, there has never been a lost-time accident.

AWP provides occupational safety courses for pipeline workers throughout the year at the Fairbanks Pipeline Training Center. Last year, 19 health and safety courses were offered to certify and upgrade worker skills.  Five hundred twenty (520) individuals were trained and 750 occupational safety certificates awarded.

For more information contact Randy Cheap, AWP Field Representative 1-907-457-2597



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