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Utah JATC

Want to start a career in beautiful Utah or improve your skills for the career you already have? It all begins at Utah’s Joint Apprenticeship Training Center (JATC).

Utah JATC

Want to start a career in beautiful Utah or improve your skills for the career you already have? It all begins at Utah’s Joint Apprenticeship Training Center (JATC).

Located at the West Valley Geneva Gravel Pit at 6200 S. Mountain View Corridor, our instructors train apprentices onsite and on the job, so students receive the foundations and the applied training they need to succeed.

All training classes for all branches of apprenticeship and journeymen upgrades are offered at the JATC training facility.

Heavy Duty Repairer (HDR) and Lube Service Tech (LST) training is done at the site in partnership with Mountain land Applied Technology College (MATC).

No matter which path you’re on, training at the Utah JATC can take you there! Call the JATC office for more information at (801) 664-6934.

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6200 S Hwy 111
Salt Lake City, Utah

Office Number

801-664-6934

6200 S Hwy 111
Salt Lake City, Utah

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Located at the West Valley Geneva Gravel Pit at 6200 S. Mountain View Corridor, our instructors train apprentices onsite and on the job, so students receive the foundations and the applied training they need to succeed.

All training classes for all branches of apprenticeship and journeymen upgrades are offered at the JATC training facility.

Heavy Duty Repairer (HDR) and Lube Service Tech (LST) training is done at the site in partnership with Mountain land Applied Technology College (MATC).

No matter which path you’re on, training at the Utah JATC can take you there! Call the JATC office for more information at (801) 664-6934.

Address

6200 S Hwy 111
Salt Lake City, Utah

Office Number

801-664-6934

Get started!

Your career begins now!

In Utah, apprentice Lube Service Technicians (LSTs) reach journey-level status after working 4,000 hours on the job, or roughly two to three years under normal economic circumstances. Equipment and crane operators reach journey-level status after working 6,000 hours on the job, or roughly three to four years. Mechanics reach journey-level status after working 8,000 hours on the job as an apprentice, or roughly four to five years.

In Utah, apprentice Lube Service Technicians (LSTs) reach journey-level status after working 4,000 hours on the job, or roughly two to three years under normal economic circumstances. Equipment and crane operators reach journey-level status after working 6,000 hours on the job, or roughly three to four years. Mechanics reach journey-level status after working 8,000 hours on the job as an apprentice, or roughly four to five years.

Applicants are tested and interviewed before being accepted into the program. Applications are available at the Local 3 Administrative office located at 8805 S. Sandy Parkway, Sandy, UT 84070. Please be prepared to present valid identification at time of application. (Drivers’ license and Social Security card)

Apprentices are required to attend 160 hours of related training annually. Minimum qualifications testing is conducted by a written exam as well as by a hands-on practical exam.

Note: The majority of training classes are scheduled in the winter months. Dress appropriately. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

Applicants are tested and interviewed before being accepted into the program. Applications are available at the Local 3 Administrative office located at 8805 S. Sandy Parkway, Sandy, UT 84070. Please be prepared to present valid identification at time of application. (Drivers’ license and Social Security card)

Apprentices are required to attend 160 hours of related training annually. Minimum qualifications testing is conducted by a written exam as well as by a hands-on practical exam.

Note: The majority of training classes are scheduled in the winter months. Dress appropriately. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

Want to improve your skills?

Journey-level-equipment training includes:

  • dozer
  • scraper
  • loader
  • excavator
  • mini-excavator
  • rubber-tired backhoe
  • blade
  • forklift
  • skid steer

Other classes, including certifications include:

  • grade reading
  • gradesetting
  • HAZMAT
  • First Aid
  • MSHA
  • OSHA-10
  • OSHA-30
  • Rigging & Signal Person
  • GPS dozer
  • GPS rover
  • 50-hour Pre-CCO crane training
  • CDL
  • forklift

The Utah JATC conducts Certified Crane Operator (CCO) certification for many Local 3 members as well as many members of other locals. Contact the JATC office for more information at:

(801) 664-6934

The Utah JATC conducts Certified Crane Operator (CCO) certification for many Local 3 members as well as many members of other locals. Contact the JATC office for more information at:

(801) 664-6934

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