Welcome to the Training Center for IUOE Local 501: Southern California
Our mission has been and continues to be to provide highly skilled, safe, and productive operators and stationary/facilities engineers to the stationary, construction, and environmental industries.
IUOE training programs are second to none, where apprentices and journey-level members hone or advance their skills. Our members have access to training on virtually every topic stationary engineers need to become their very best.
Over the years, IUOE local 501 has developed and implemented comprehensive training programs that are widely recognized as the best in a number of industries. Our aim is to train Apprentice Engineers, certify Journeymen Engineers, and maintain a world class workforce.
Additionally, the Local 501 Training Fund offers a broad range safety and health training for members. With support under Federal cooperative agreements and grants, our HAZMAT Program provides state-of-the-art OSHA and HAZWOPER (hazardous materials) courses and training materials to members.
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News: Office Hours
August 16, 2018
Our Office hours are:
Monday - Thursday
8 am - 6 pm
Our Office is closed on Fridays.
Should you have an urgent matter, please go to the Union Hall (Building next to us) for assistance.
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News: Online Classes
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Los Angeles Trade Technical Community College (LATTC) Apprenticeship Education
February 28, 2018
We would like to take the time to share some valuable information with you in regards to the educational aspect of your Apprenticeship. If you have completed course work that correlates directly with the Apprenticeship curriculum, you may be eligible to receive credit for the course work you have completed during your Apprenticeship or prior to your Apprenticeship.
For example, Energy Management is a core class for 4th Year Apprentices. If you have taken and completed the aforementioned class at Los Angeles Trade Technical College or at a different institution, you may be eligible to receive credit for the course; therefore, eliminating the need to retake the class again during your tenure as an Apprentice.
This dynamic can positively impact your Apprenticeship as it can present you with the opportunity to broaden your education and training by taking more sophisticated and advanced courses designed to uplift and strengthen your foundation as an Apprentice Stationary Engineer. If this message pertains to you and you have completed course work correlating with your Apprenticeship curriculum, please follow instructions in order to successfully get this process underway.
You will be required to complete the following:
1. Complete the 2 step e-admission registrations process where you receive an alphanumeric code, followed by your official LATTC Student Identification #.
2. If you have completed a course(s) at Los Angeles Trade Technical College, you will be required to obtain your unofficial transcripts from the LATTC and submit them to the JATC for our review.
3. If you have completed a course(s) at another institution or college/university, please obtain your official transcripts and submit them to the JATC for our review.
*Disclosure: Upon receipt of all documentation, the final approval will be determined upon an extensive review of student transcripts and records by LATTC personnel. You will be notified of the final decision by Local 501 staff.
If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us at (213) 385-2889 ext. #115 or #116, or at JATC-LAinfo@local501.org and we will assist you in any which way we can.
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News: Kevin Devine Memorial Fund
|About Kevin Devine:
Kevin Devine of Mission Viejo, formerly of Bergen County, NJ, passed away in a motorcycle accident on August 13, 2017. Kevin was Vice President, Operations at Brookfield Property Partners in Los Angeles. Prior to moving to California in 2007, he had spent almost his entire career working in building operations in Manhattan.
At the age of 19, he began working as an engineer in Local 94 where he learned the "nuts and bolts" of the buildings. He moved into the management side of the business when he became a Director of Engineering with Devon Properties in 1997. After Devon Properties, he continued to broaden his managerial experience as Director of Operations while working for Alfred Sanzari Enterprises and then Equity Office Properties.
It was in 2007, however, when his personal dream of moving to California with his wife and children was fulfilled and Brookfield Properties, Los Angeles became his professional home. In his ten years in Los Angeles, he not only helped oversee the operations of several of Brookfield's West coast properties, but he also collaborated with the community to increase the implementation of sustainable building operation practices in the greater Los Angeles area.
Even as his position elevated in management, Kevin's heart remained with his roots - the trades, in particular, the stationary engineers. He believed they were the backbone of every building and they had a special place in his kind and humble heart.
Kevin is survived by his wife of 28 years, Peggy, three children whom he adored, Meaghan, Kevin and Christopher, his father Patrick, brothers John and Dan, sisters Rose, Annie, Maureen, and Kathleen, and numerous nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, and cousins. He was predeceased by his mother, Mary and brother-in-law Jim.
The Kevin Devine Memorial Fund.
About the Fund:
Gifts made to the Kevin Devine Memorial Fund in memory of Kevin Devine are from Employers, Unions, Members, Friends, Relatives and Colleagues associated.
The Fund is a vibrant part of the Operating & Maintenance Engineers Apprenticeship & Training Trust of California as these contributions are relevant for today's Apprenticeship Students as for their predecessors. Kevin was a true pioneer and visionary in the industry. He had a keen interest in the latest technologies to improve the knowledge of all operating engineers.
The Fund offers a unique opportunity for donors to strengthen, maintain and share education and necessities for generations of Engineers through gifts tailored to the interest of education. With the help of our donors, the Fund's growth into a vast resource of equipment, supplies and educational instrument will encompass our best dream of building quality students.
There's a great satisfaction when you donate any resources to the Fund
The Fund's monies are carefully budgeted to acquire educational tools to meet the needs of the facility and the Apprenticeship Students. The fund will use discretionary decisions in combination of The JATC Board of Trustees discussions and approval to make certain how careful the planning, availability, and liquidations process is handled.
*Giving to The Kevin Devine Memorial Training Fund (Names/Institutions listed as progression)
*Items acquired through this Fund and the Contributors (Listed as Gifted)
Please make checks payable to: Kevin Devine Memorial Fund and mail to: JATC, 2501 W. 3rd Street, Los Angeles, CA 90057.
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News: Apprentice Graduation
News: National Apprenticeship Week
News: National Apprenticeship Week
Across the Country close to 70% of all registered apprenticeship programs are in the building trades. National Apprenticeship week provides an opportunity to tell the story of the JATC Apprenticeship in Los Angeles, California.
As a leader in Apprenticeship Training, IUOE Local 501 JATC proudly celebrates Apprenticeship Week, with an open house to the public on Thursday, November 17th, 2016 between the hours of 1:00pm-4:00pm.
Apprenticeship with IUOE Local 501 is a work-based experience and classroom education while paid an hourly salary; this combination uses the highest industrial standards in the trade. The IUOE Local 501 Apprenticeship program is a collective effort among the State, Employers, Labor-Union, Educators and many more organizations. Apprenticeship leads to experience on the job and an education in the industry that is a success for the Employer and the Employees life career.
IUOE Local 501 will continue developing an innovative and educated workforce through its Apprenticeship Program; please come and join the celebration.
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Confined Spaces 101 App (Now for Apple and Android)
The IUOE National Training Fund Confined Spaces 101 App is now available for Android users (apple coming soon). OSHA provides guidance on general-industry-related Confined Spaces and Permit-Required Confined Spaces in the form of a decision tree or flow chart. We decided it would be convenient to provide a mobile version with helpful guidance along the way. Please do not confuse the guidance provided here from OSHA 29 CFR §1910.146 for General Industry with the guidance for confined space for Construction (29 CFR §1926.21). The Confined Spaces 101 app is free and available today.
News: Apprenticeship Graduation
Congratulations to all of our apprentices who completed our program in 2014 and 2015. These apprentices worked full time jobs in the Stationary Engineering field while going through our four-year accredited educational program. It is no surprise that many of our graduates become leaders in our industry. We have pictures of some of our graduates posted here.
Photo: Ed Curly (Business Manager), Tom Ervin (NV Training Director), Paul Nunez (CA Training Director), Pat Murphy (Chief Instructor)
NIOSH Ladder Safety App
This app turns your smartphone into a level and tells you if your ladder is set at the proper angle. It also covers ladder safety information.
The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) is dedicated to ensure the safety of extension-ladder users by developing and disseminating an easy-to-use interactive ladder safety application for smart phones. The NIOSH Ladder Safety application features a multimodal indicator, which uses visual and sound signals to assist the user in positioning an extension ladder at an optimal angle. Furthermore, the application provides graphic-oriented interactive reference materials, safety guidelines and checklists for extension ladder selection, inspection, accessorizing, and use. The application is intended to help a wide range of ladder users, employers, and safety professionals, with their ladder-related safety needs. The ladder safety app is also 508 compliant.
Mold 101 App
The IUOE National Training Fund Mold 101 App is now available for Apple and Android users. The app is an interactive training tool available for your smart phone that can be used anywhere, anytime. The app provides information on the common places you will find mold and how to recognize and remediate it. The Mold 101 app is free and available today.
International Union of Operating Engineers, Local 501
Local 501 is a team of united members who tirelessly strive to protect the rights, wages and benefits of working people. Through our enthralling commitment to all Unionists we will grow and conquer the labor workforce.
If you would like more information on the union or becoming a union member, please visit the IUOE Local 501 union website here.
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