Alaska Operating Engineers
Alaska Operating Engineers Employers Training Trust Local 302
Overview of the Program: Operating Engineers can be found on numerous projects using construction equipment, working as Heavy Equipment Operators, Heavy Equipment Mechanics, and Service Oilers. The Operating Engineers work is vital to the successful completion of any construction project, no matter the size. In addition, the Operating Engineer works side by side with other crafts on the jobsite to complete the project. A career as an Operating Engineer is worthy of a great deal of pride and the sense of accomplishment for a job well done.
Qualifications for Program: High school diploma or GED, Alaska driver's license, NO DUI's in past 3 years, 18 years old.
Application Deadlines: Applications for apprenticeship are available once a year; please contact your local office for further information.
Training Programs: Heavy Duty mechanic, Heavy Duty Service Oiler, Safety Training, National Certification of Crane Operators, Journeyman Skills Upgrades
Wage Outlook: $21.70 Apprentice starting wages
Daniel C. Domke, M.Ed.
Career & Technical Education Director
(907) 452-2000 x11537
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(907) 452-2000 x11304
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