Welcome to the online home of Alaska Laborers Training.
COVID-19 Notice: We are currently open for walk-in business and trainings. We encourage you to contact us via email or phone when possible. Any apprentice/student or visitor who enters AKLTS facilities shall undergo a screening for COVID-19 symptoms daily using this form: COVID-19 Screening Form
Alaska Laborers are the heartbeat of Alaska’s construction industry building in every corner of the state. Laborers are a key part of many different types of construction including:
- Highways and Heavy Construction
- Building Construction
- Pipeline Construction
- Oil and Gas industry maintenance and support
- Pipe laying and utility work
- Construction site preparation
- Environment and Specialty work
The Alaska Laborers Training School offers excellent training in all these construction fields. It also offers a career track opportunity to those without any construction experience through its Apprenticeship Program. Applications are accepted year round, with a set deadline before periodically scheduled interviews.
State-of-the-art training schools are located both in Chugiak and Fairbanks. The application process for the Apprenticeship Program is highly competitive and offers a solid career if you have what it takes.
This Earn-While-You-Learn apprenticeship program offers a high wage for those who can work hard, be drug-free and commit to becoming part of the highly skilled workforce that builds Alaska. Call today to learn more about this incredible career opportunity without any educational debt.
Not sure if this is for you? Try it out!
Contact Alaska Works Partnership (907-569-4711) to find out how you can Try Out to be a Laborer.
The Alaska Laborers Training School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, student assistance programs, or any other school-administered programs.