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Driver Training & Testing
Commercial Driver License training and testing.  Hands-on and classroom programs for obtaining a CDL or learning to operate a vehicle that requires a CDL.
Hazardous Materials
OSHA & Industry Safety
Alaska Teamster Employer Service Training Trust - Member Training
Training for eligible Teamster Local 959 Members.

Training is scheduled based on the need of the participants/employers and upon recertification needs. Courses scheduled may be cancelled due to non-participation or at the discretion of ATESTT.

To ensure you are able to receive training before your certifications expire, contact us to be added to the course sign up list.

If you have any questions regarding our training programs or would like more information, please contact us:
Courses for transportation awareness, shipping and handling, site clean-up and response.
Health & Safety, North Slope and OSHA courses required to work in Construction Industry.
ATESTT occasionally has upgrade and advanced surveyor training courses.
Interested in an entry level opportunity as an Apprentice with Alaska Teamsters. Learn about minimum qualifications, openings, and more...
2019 Eligible Members Training Schedule
Anchorage & Fairbanks

May - September 2019
Revised 5/20/19
Not an Eligible Member?
Members who have not worked for a contributing employer and/or do not meet eligibility can still receive the same quality training through CEE.
Specialty Driver Courses
Advanced vehicle training programs for experienced professional drivers.

Current Teamster Local 959 Members: Subscribe to our mailing list for Training Schedule Updates. For Apprenticeship notifications, go to the Apprenticeship page to register.

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Addressing Harassment in Apprenticeship: A Fact Sheet for those who manage, Train, and Mentor Apprentices.

This resource for journeyworkers, forepersons, front-line supervisors and others who manage, train and mentor apprentices outlines their responsibilities in addressing workplace harassment, including tips for creating a safe and inclusive workplace for all.