New Apprentice Job Reports
Did you know...? Apprentice job reports can now be filled out and submitted online through Canadian Boilermaker Web site.
This new form is an easy way to submit your reports directly to us. It provies us with vauable information and we appreciate you spending the time to send them in. If you have any questions about these new forms please contact the apprenticeship department for assistance.
National Apprenticeship Competition - Moncton New Brunswick
Story From Boilermaker Reporter
Two members of Local 146 shared the first ever team honors in the Canadian Boilermaker Apprenticeship Competion held at the New Brunswick Community College in Moncton June 24-28. Neil Bennett and Clayton Chiurka placed first in a field of seven teams from across the nation. The duo also won individual honors as top Boilermaker graduate apprentices---Bennett for 2011, Chiurka from 2012. It was the 18th competition and the first to be held under the new biennial format, which pairs each lodge's top graduate apprentices from consecutive years. Local 73 (Halifax, Nova Scotia) hosted the 2012 event. The next competition will be held in 2014 in Vancouver, Birtish Columbia, for top apprentices for 2013 and 2014.
This is an invitation to any interested members and their family (sons and daughters) to attend a two-hour workshop on the dangers that are being offered to our children and our apprentices. The experts say the best way to fight addiction is through prevention and we are taking an active role to educate our new apprentices. The awareness presentation takes place while our pre-apprentices are in Work Smart. Our objective is to provide information on the realities of drug addiction so individuals can make informed decisions. We have been working with Cory Grunsky to help us with our training. Cory brings a first hand look into the world of addictions and the realities that affect the lives of those involved.
Anyone interested in attending, please contact Tanya for upcoming dates and to register. 780-451-5992 Ext. 257. The presentation leaves a lasting impression.