IUPAT is offering Hazmat training and certification in February 2019. Interested applicants must have grade 12 or equivalent. Canadian citizen or landed immigrant status is required. Full time employment, good wages, benefits and pension are available once you have graduated. Please call Juan Lopez at 416-805-2435 or Armindo Correia at 416-996-6528 for more information.
There is an upcoming EIFS Apprenticeship course offered at the IFSTC training centre on April 1, 2019. This course will run for 10 weeks. For more information and to register, please click on the link here: http://www.ifstc.com/training/exterior-insulating-finishing-systems-mechanic
Attention All Members:
EIFS/Stucco Apprentice course is being offered at the IFSTC Training Centre. Please click on the course for more information and prerequisites – http://ifstc.com/training/exterior-insulating-finishing-systems-mechanic
New training is available for LEVEL 5 FINISH on February 27th to March 3rd, 2017. Space is limited. Please contact Sessia at the Union 416-630-9604 or 1-800-668-1823.
Due to a high demand for the Working At Heights course, the OIFSC has added more dates for training:
Monday July 25, 8am – 4pm
Monday August 8, 8am – 4pm
Saturday August 20, 8am – 4pm
Monday August 22, 8am – 4pm
Here is some important information about the new Working at Heights program offered at 130 Toro Road.
When drywall finishers work with the IUPAT, they know that they will receive opportunities to learn more about how to remain safe on the job. While many safety measures are already in place and are regulated by the government, there are several ways that these construction tradespeople can further protect themselves. Some of these techniques […]
It’s critical that all painters, drywall finishers, and glaziers on union jobs are safe while at work. To ensure that guidelines are met, unions such as the Toronto-based IUPAT help regulate numerous elements of job sites, materials and procedures to reduce the risk of injury or fatalities. Some of the important considerations for IUPAT Trades […]
It’s a well-established fact that workers who are part of unions are paid more and receive better wages than those that are not supported by unions. This is one of the reasons that so many young people and more seasoned individuals who want to switch industries are interested in career training as painters, glaziers, drywall finishers and more. After all, education is the keystone to systematically advancing in a field.
As of April 1, 2015, there will be a new health and safety training requirement for workers on construction projects who use any of the following methods of fall protection: travel restraint systems, fall restricting systems, fall arrest systems, safety nets, and work belts or safety belts. This regulation is expected to have a large impact on the construction industry in Ontario and is implemented to significantly reduce the number of accidents resulting from falls.