What Drives Us?
LIUNA Training of Michigan (LTM) is dedicated to the development of safe, skilled, and productive Construction Craft Laborers who have the expertise and motivation to provide quality to the clients they serve, the union they represent, and the contractors who employ them. Using state-of-the-art technology combined with activity-based, student-centered learning processes, our ANSI-certified training staff is committed to mentoring and training a diverse group of apprentices and journey workers.”
LIUNA Training of Michigan (LTM) has the current opportunities and positions available:
Administrative Staff Member
IT Technical Support (Level 1)
Commercial Driver License Instructor
WHAT IS LIUNA TRAINING OF MICHIGAN?
WHO ARE WE?
LIUNA Training of Michigan (LTM) is a benefit fund for Laborers and Signatory Contractors in Michigan. We are a non-profit training facility that is jointly administered by management and union labor.
WHAT DO WE DO?
We provide training so that Laborers who are new to the trade can acquire the necessary skills to enter the construction industry with a degree of confidence, and experienced laborers can update their knowledge as technology and work practices evolve.
WHERE ARE WE LOCATED?
There are four state-of-the-art LIUNA Training of Michigan locations to serve the training needs of Michigan Laborers. For addresses and other site information click here.
WHATS THE COST?
There is no out of pocket cost to LIUNA Laborers to attend training. Nor is there any additional cost for contractors to have their LIUNA members trained or have specialized training programs built for them.
What DOES a “Construction Craft Laborer” do?
Laborers working on an underground crew may install water distribution systems, natural gas distribution systems, sewer systems, storm drainage systems, telecommunication cables, or work on tunneling projects.
Laborers working in heavy highway construction may install underground drainage systems, or place concrete or asphalt. Laborers are also used to place barricades and direct traffic.
Laborers working in commercial construction may place concrete or provide on-site preparation. This area of construction also commonly requires laborers to perform tasks that use construction math, scaffold assembly, and blueprint reading.
In this area of construction, a Laborer may remove asbestos, clean up hazardous waste sites, remove lead-based paint, or work on a nuclear power plant decommissioning project. Laborers working in this category are required to be formally trained in the appropriate work area and adhere to strict safety requirements.