The Fairbanks Pipeline Training Center offers training programs for Alaskans through our partner organizations. Our partners provide training programs structured to meet market demands in all sectors of the Alaska’s oil and gas industry, including the construction, operation and maintenance of mainline pipelines, gathering lines, pump stations, flow stations, gatherings stations, compressor stations, and the construction and operation of oil and gas facilities.
Alaska Works Partnership
Alaska Works Partnership provides occupational safety courses for pipeline workers and Alaska Construction Academy participants throughout the year at the Fairbanks Pipeline Training Center.
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Alaska Operating Engineers
The Alaska Operating Engineers Apprenticeship and Training program prepares Alaskan workers with the skills necessary to meet the ever-changing needs of the construction and related industries. The AOEETT is committed to providing the highest quality training opportunities to all our members and apprentices. This training is an excellent resource to learn new skills, upgrade on existing skills, and remain current on required certifications.
Plumbers & Pipefitters
U.A. Local 375 provides skilled Plumbers and Pipefitters the necessary training to meet the diverse demands required by the Pipe trades industry. Training is an important part of preparing and maintaining a qualified workforce. The training for both Journeymen and Apprentices is provided by the Fairbanks, Alaska Area Plumbers and Pipefitting Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee, through a five year apprenticeship program. Whether training to be a Welder, Pipefitter, or Plumber, you will be a part of an organization that sets the standard for excellence in this industry.
Alaska Teamster Employer Training Trust & CEE
The Alaska Teamster Employer Training Trust was established in 1972 as a Taft-Hartley Trust for the purpose of training Teamsters within the State of Alaska. After construction of the Trans-Alaska oil pipeline, emphasis began to turn to a maintenance-based workforce, and new requirements resulted in the formation of the Service Training Trust in 1980. This provided a training vehicle for other industries the Teamsters represented in Alaska. In 1987, the two training trusts merged into the current organization. Under this new trust organization many new programs were developed to fit the needs of an extremely diverse workforce.
UAF Process Technology
UAF offers an A.A.S degree in process technology that prepares students for employment as an operations technician in the process industry: oil and gas production, mining and milling, transportation and refining, utilities, wastewater treatment and facilities maintenance. These are highly skilled and well paid positions within Alaska and around the world.
Learn more about pipeline training opportunities and careers:
Fairbanks Pipeline Training Center
P.O. Box 74313
Fairbanks, Alaska 99707
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