Boilermakers National Apprenticeship Program
The Boilermakers National Joint Apprenticeship Fund was established in November 1959 to create a national program for training future Boilermakers. A network of local and regional training centers developed.
In 1990, the National Training Complex opened in Kansas City, Kansas, to supplement training at the local and regional levels. Instructors at the National Training Complex teach all boilermaking skills at the apprentice level. They also offer apprentice instructor training. In addition, the apprenticeship program has seven state-of-the-art mobile training centers that can go where needed.
For more information on the apprentice program, visit their website at www.bnap.com.