Welcome to the homepage for the IUOE Local 9 Training Center

 
The Local No. 9 Apprenticeship has a 160 acre training site located east of Denver. There is a mechanics and welding shop, a classroom, and heavy equipment on site available for use in the training of all Local No. 9 members. This is paid for by a contract negotiated amount that is contributed to the Apprenticeship Fund, so there is no out-of-pocket cost to the members for the training. This site has classes and training for both Apprentices and Journeyman upgrade training. 

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Announcements

CALL FOR ACTION: HELP STOP THE ATTACK ON OUR APPRENTICESHIP!

 

Greedy, anti-union contractors want to destroy the IUOE Apprenticeship Program so they can lower industry standards and boost their profits on the backs of their workers.

CLICK HERE TO STOP THE ATTACK ON OUR TRAINING

We all know that IUOE training means:

• Fair Pay

Workers who complete an IUOE apprenticeship program earn $300,000 more over the course of a career.

• Better Safety

Workers who complete an IUOE apprenticeship program are less likely to be injured, or lose their life on the job.

Our union invests $180 million every year in training. Our apprenticeship programs generate the best-trained workforce in the world. IUOE apprenticeship programs produce highly skilled Operating Engineers who deliver projects on time and under-budget.

However, if construction is included in the Administration's industry-registered apprenticeship program, it would undermine the investments of the IUOE and other construction crafts in our apprenticeship programs.

CLICK HERE TO STOP THE ATTACK ON OUR TRAINING

It is time to make our voices heard and stop the assault on IUOE apprenticeships.

Sincerely,

Engineers Action and Response Network (EARN) 

 
 

QUICK LINKS:

 Current Apprentice information/links
 CDL TRAINING RSVP
 Equipment RSVP
 Crane Operator Information 
 Training Schedule Calendar
 Int'l Pipeline Training

 International Training Center App/Schedule

 

 


Notice:


As of today, 10-11-2018, due to the number of burned out clutches, destroyed transmissions and other truck damage there will be a designated day for CDL training TUES-FRIDAY. That day will be Tuesday, an appointment will be necessary to train in the truck. There must be an instructor in the truck at all times, NO DRIVING WITHOUT AN INSTRUCTOR.  

                                                       

 

 


Journeyman Training

Journeymen must bring a paid to date UNION DUES receipt to present to the office for the verification of membership. Additionally, if you are attending the site for Training for the first time, please contact the training site at least 48-24 hours before attending training to reserve equipment. To reserve equipment please us the online reservation form.Training starts at 7:00 a.m. sharp if you are late your equipment will not be held for you and reservation voided. On Saturdays there is a mandatory safety meeting that starts at 7:00 am. If you miss the safety meeting  and do not have your paid-to-date Dues Receipt, you will not be able to train at the Site that day. You are expect to remain at training the training site for full day. This is not a come and go when you want training facility. Failure to remain will result in you  not be able to reserve equipment.

 

TRAINING SITE INFO

 Located At:
41801 E Quincy Ave
Bennett, CO 80102

 

 Hours of Operations:
 Hours: Tuesday-Saturday
              7:00 am- 3:30 pm

 

 Administrator: 
          Garry Edmondson

 

Office Manager:
          Casey Edmondson 

 

Instructors:                                
          Shannon Ridgway
          Jeff Nedjoika

 

Contact Us:
Email:gedmondson@cjatiuoe.com
Training Site: 303-644-3909
Fax: 303-644-3905

 


Events/Happenings

 CJAT was excited  to work with Highnoon Entertainment, Facebook and Von Miller to be a part of Von Millers variety show, Von Miller's Studio 58 to air on Facebook Watch. Click on the photo to watch Garry Edmondson and Heavy equipment Instructor Shannon Ridgway instruct  Von Miller and his friends on how to operate heavy equipment.