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WISCONSIN STATE COUNCIL OF CARPENTERS. Training. Eastern Training Center. Kaukauna, WI. Central Training Center. Rothschild, WI. Southern Training Center. Madison, WI. Southeast Training Center. Pewaukee, WI. Over 700 Apprentices in the following trades:. General Carpentry

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Over 700 Apprentices in the following trades:

  • General Carpentry
  • Interior Systems Carpentry
  • Millwright
  • Floor Coverer
  • Pile Driver
  • Cabinet Maker
apprenticeship
Apprenticeship

The Wisconsin State Council of Carpenters

Apprenticeships are approved programs by the

Department of Workforce Development, Bureau

of Apprenticeship Standards.

  • High school diploma, GED or HSED required
  • Math test qualifier or ACUPLACER Certified Test
  • 4 year indenture
  • 6,240 work and school hours required
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Apprenticeship
  • No tuition to the apprentices as a result of the Union Collective Bargaining Agreements
  • Paid while attending school
  • Incremental pay increases based on hours, time, education and productivity
objective
Objective

To continue developing and maintaining the

safest and most productive workforce in the

industry.

  • Attract the best possible candidates for apprenticeship
  • Continuing training opportunities for our members
funding
Funding
  • Four state of the art training centers.
  • Cutting edge curriculum and equipment meeting industry needs.
  • In excess of $4 million operating budget per year.
    • Provided through Union Collective Bargaining Agreements
    • Accomplished without any local, state or federal tax money