International Union of Operating Engineers 926 – Joint Apprenticeship Training Program
Our mission is to provide high-class state of the art training and employment of the next generation of Operating Engineers by making sure that engineers are safe, skilled, and knowledgeable about the equipment and technology they use.
Operating Engineers Pre-Apprenticeship and Registered Apprenticeship Skills Upgrade Trainings are approved/certified by U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training and also, listed on Georgia State Eligible Training Provider List (ETPL).Operating Engineers apprenticeship prepares participants to operate cranes, dozers, scrapers, loaders, motor graders, tractor loader backhoes and more. As an operating engineer, you’ll work on construction projects such as commercial and residential developments, dams, roadways, etc. Or one could work in plants that produce rock, sand and gravel, or clean up hazardous waste sites. You’ll learn blueprint reading, how to maintain your equipment and safe work site procedures. Operating engineers work as heavy equipment operators, mechanics, and surveyors in the construction industry, and stationary engineers work as operations and maintenance in building and industrial and government complexes.