Apprenticeship and Training

The construction craft laborer is a highly diverse trade that offers work opportunities across all sectors of the construction industry. The Laborers Apprenticeship program is uniquely designed to provide the classroom, hands-on, and technical skills training required to sustain the construction industry with safe and productive workers.

To register for training, please visit

1st time users must click on the blue login button on the top right side of your screen. Click “Register an Account” which is under the Login button. You must fill in this information in order to sign up for classes. Return users will need to just login.

You will see a description of each class, under the descriptions there will be a list of class dates and where the class is located. Choose what classes you would like to apply for by clicking “Add to Registration”.

When you are finished registering for classes go to your checkout box which is located on the top right corner of your screen and click “Finish Registration”. Your status will say pending as it will need to go for review with our office first before you are accepted for the courses.

When you are accepted for a course or courses you will be notified by email, check your junk email as it may be in there. You will receive a letter in the mail regarding your courses you have been accepted for. If you need to cancel a class please call us at 608-846- 5764 or log back into the website and go to “My Courses” and click “Cancel Registration” next to the course you need to cancel. If you are an Apprentice you may not cancel your course online, you must call Ray Wiatt, Wisconsin Laborers' Apprenticeship Coordinator. If you scheduled the course yourself you may cancel the course.  Reminder that Apprentices need 144 training hours per season with a total of 400 training hours to graduate.

Earn While You Learn
Apprentices earn while they learn. The lifetime skills they acquire transfer among many employers which results in greater employment opportunities and long-term job security.

Contractor Benefits
The Laborers' Apprenticeship program also benefits union contractors in many ways.

  • Apprenticeship training lowers turnover

  • Apprenticeship training is long-term with measurable results

  • Apprentices are usually highly productive workers

  • Apprentices are among the most technically up to date workers

  • Apprenticeship programs foster quality and teamwork

For more information on the Laborers' Apprenticeship Program please call the Laborers' Local Union nearest you or the Laborers' Training and Apprenticeship fund at 608-846-5768 and ask for Ray Wiatt, Apprenticeship Coordinator.

You can also check the Accuplacer testing dates here.