Education Details

Construction Equipment Operator
Award type: Journey-Level Completion Certificate
Construction Industry Training Council of Washington - Construction Equipment Operator

Program Details  
Program Overview for Construction Equipment Operator
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Construction Industry Training Council of Washington - Construction Equipment Operator
Program website
Program contact
Halene Sigmund
(425) 454-2482
Program description
The apprentice shall receive on the job instruction and work experience as is necessary to become a qualified journey-level worker versed in the theory and practice of the occupation covered by these Standards. The Apprentice shall be instructed and trained in all operations and methods customarily used in their trade. Each shop will adhere to as closely as facilities will permit and as approved by the Apprenticeship Committee. Retention of the apprentice on a particular operation beyond the established time should not occur unless there is a definite need for further training in the process. Refer to the apprentice work progress record for additional information related to specific work processes.
Financial Information
Journey level pay
$41.74 per hour
Program Information
Length of training
3 Years
Award type
Journey-Level Completion Certificate
Clock hours
Locations offered
Main Location view map

Offered evenings/weekends
Offered onlineno
Entrance requirements
At least 18 years. Applicant must have a high school diploma or GED at the time of application. A waiver for high school diploma/GED may be granted for applicants who can provide documentation that they have worked two or more years in the constructions industry. All applicants must submit to the Apprenticeship Committee, a copy of documents showing proof of age, high school diploma or GED, DD-214 (if applicable), resume, work history, letters of recommendation, and additional information the applicant feels beneficial, within 60 days after making application. The applicant must be physically and mentally able to perform the work of the trade. Schieg Utility Worker 1.0 Assessment. Must score a minimum of T-50. Applicants must have a valid Washington State Driver's License and dependable transportation.
Certification/license required to work in this field
Certification/license obtained as part of training program
Certification/license test preparation provided