Partnership with our contractors is at the core of our work at the IKORCC
Through strong partnerships with our signatory contractors and training centers, we produce the best trained, highest skilled, most productive workforce in the construction industry.
Our goal is to help contractors compete, stay profitable and succeed. In turn, our members receive quality careers, excellent benefits and the ability to build their futures.
At the Carpenters Union we are all about helping contractors succeed. IKORCC business representatives work closely with contractors to solve potential problems before they arise, keeping jobs on schedule, productive and profitable.
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IKORCC signatory contractors receive competitive advantages, including:
• Access to a workforce with over 35,000 of the highest skilled carpenters, millwrights and floorcoverers
• Ability to develop job specific training for your workforce
• More market share through our vast network/ build client base
• State-of-the-art training centers
• Superintendent and foreman training at our international training center
• Collaborative leadership training at our international training center
Contact the IKORCC today to learn more about becoming a signatory contractor.
Building a Solid Foundation & Jobsite Leaders
As a signatory contractor with the IKORCC, you have access to our collaborative training programs at the United Brotherhood of Carpenters’ International Training Center in Las Vegas.
The UBC’s Foreman Training Program
This program highlights the importance of jobsite leadership and management. Participants learn to balance planning, communication and production during a project. The course is designed for UBC members who have worked as a foreman and are sponsored by a supporting contractor. Click here to learn more.
The UBC’s Collaborative Leadership Program
This program is designed for owners, superintendents, project managers and foremen. It’s a collaborative course with a focus on a partnership culture.
The three day course features:
• A discussion with a UBC District Vice-President or General President
• DiSC profile assessment to understand your leadership style
• Tour of the International Training Center
• Skills to work with generational differences
• Skills to address leadership challenges
• Collaborative & partnership skills
• Action Plan to implement what you learned
To learn more about the United Brotherhood of Carpenters Collaborative Leadership program click here.