The Alberta Regional Council of Carpenters and Allied Workers Local 2103

||The Alberta Regional Council of Carpenters and Allied Workers Local 2103
The Alberta Regional Council of Carpenters and Allied Workers Local 2103

About Local 2103

United Brotherhood of Carpenters Local 2103 is a member of the Alberta Regional Council of Carpenters and Allied Workers (ARCAAW). ARCAAW has 13,000 members and represents carpenters, scaffolders, millwrights, roofers, ISM mechanics, drywallers, and floor layers in Alberta. Internationally, Local 1325 is affiliated to the international United Brotherhood of Carpenters, which has more than 550,000 skilled workers in Canada and the United States.

ARCAAW invests more than $3 million in training in Alberta each year. Its Provincial Training & Administration Centre is located in Edmonton. The geothermal heated and cooled facility boasts more than 30,000 square feet and provides industry-leading training to carpenters, scaffold erectors,and millwrights.

Local 2103 is the construction local is the construction local south of Ponoka, including Calgary, Red Deer, Lethbridge, Medicine Hat, and surrounding areas.

Carpenters, Local 2103

Local 2103 Training

Alberta Carpenters invests more than $3 million in training in Alberta each year. Its $23 million Provincial Training & Administration Centre is located in Edmonton and includes the Alberta Carpenters Training Centre and the Alberta Millwright Training Centre. The geothermal heated and cooled facility boasts more than 30,000 square feet and provides industry-leading training to carpenters, scaffold erectors, and millwrights. The trainers themselves take train-the-trainer courses at the International Training Centre in Las Vegas.

Local 2103  is the construction local for carpenters and scaffolders south of Ponoka, including the centres of Calgary, Red Deer, Lethbridge, Medicine Hat, and surrounding areas. Members do not pay for training, which is also offered by approved providers in many local communities in the province.

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