About the Northwest Ohio Carpenters’ Training Center
Apprentices can earn an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Applied Industrial Technology from Owens Community College, at no additional cost to the student
The training center sits on a 43,000-square-foot campus
Specialized shops include carpentry, floor covering, millwrights, pile driver, a mock residential structure, interior systems, and more
A state-of-the-art technology center offers computer training to apprentices and journeymen
More than 80 apprentices are trained at the Center every year
More than 51,000 hours of apprenticeship training are completed each year
Training is free to apprentices, a value of $2,200 per student, per year
More than 700 journeyman are trained at the Center every year
More than 13,000 hours in journeyman upgrade training is completed annually
The Center has placed 2,200 professional carpenters in the field over the last 15 years
The Center’s four instructors have a combined 120 years of experience
Apprentices receive hands-on instruction, including the use of the industry’s latest technologies. The 43,000 square-foot facility includes individual shops for each building trades program: carpentry, floor covering and millwright/pile driver as well as classrooms and a state-of-the-art technology learning center.
The training center serves union carpenter apprentices and journeymen from 19 Ohio counties.
The center also offers year-round advanced training classes for journeymen to keep up with the latest methods and technologies.
Chief Operating Officer
“There are a lot of good, young people coming through the carpenters’ apprenticeship program. Most apprentices that get into the program take it very seriously. They understand that they’re getting into a real career.
The fact is that they’re the next generation of leaders…of builders of our city.
The opportunities for a graduate of the carpenters’ apprenticeship program are endless. The carpenters’ apprenticeship program offers a great working understanding of all the trades. It’s the reason why carpenters, more than any other trade, become supervisors, foremen and superintendents.”