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Helena JATC
Training Facility
780 Carter Drive
Helena, MT 59601
Office (406) 443-3255
Fax (406) 443-3813

Information also available at:
MT Statewide #82
300 15th St So, Ste 1
Great Falls, MT 59405
Office (406) 453-1301
Fax (406) 453-5230
Toll-Free
1-855-290-6276

Mario Martinez
(406) 403-3744
mmartinez@nwcarpenters.org

Larry Mayo
(406) 439-7196
lmayo@nwcarpenters.org

Joel Worth
(406) 438-7804
rworth@nwcarpenters.org

Mary Alice McMurray
(406) 465-3943
mmcmurray@nwcarpenters.org

Lee Vaughan
(406) 698-2604
lvaughan@nwcarpenters.org

Jeremy Weibusch
(406) 438-7343
jweibusch@nwcarpenters.org


Helena JATC
Training Facility
780 Carter Drive
Helena, MT 59601
Office (406) 443-3255
Fax (406) 443-3813

Mario Martinez
Chairman
(406) 403-3744
mmartinez@nwcarpenters.org

Dale Mayernik
Sec/Treas
(406) 736-5440
daledetailed@3rivers.net

John Roberts
Training Director
(509) 531-6626
JohnR@carpentertraining.org

Information
also available at:
MT Statewide #82
300 15th St So, Ste 1
Great Falls, MT 59405
Office (406) 453-1301
Fax (406) 453-5230
Toll-Free
1-855-290-6276



A Carpenter Apprentice is someone who is learning through On-the- Job-Training while working under the guidance of a skilled journey-level worker known as a Journeyman. This OJT coupled with classroom traning know as Related Supplemental Instruciton (RSI) is the Carpenter Apprenticeship.
UNION APPRENTICESHIPS
Union sponsored apprenticeships include these very important benefits:
How to Become An Apprentice
Applicants process through an interview session known as Rate & Rank. Upon successful completion of a Rate & Rank, applicants are placed on an Eligibility List in ranked order and are called out for work as it becomes available. At this point, the Apprenticeship begins.
Apprenticeship Application

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Apprentice Requirements
Apprentice Carpenters must provide their own tools as required on the Tool List (see pg 8 School Handbook). They must also attend classroom (RSI) training for a minimum of 160 Hours Per Year and submit records (Work Hour Slips) of the OJT portion of their apprenticeship. Apprentice Carpenters must be committed to themselves and their training in order to excel in the 4 Year Apprenticeship Program.