• LIUNA Training Earns Prestigious ANSI Accreditation
  • AIC 2013 Celebrates 20 Years of Excellence
  • LIUNA Training Unveils Expanded ICRA Courses

LIUNA Training Earns Prestigious ANSI Accreditation

Pomfret Center, CT, December 6, 2013 – LIUNA Training has earned accreditation by the internationally-recognized American National Standards Institute (ANSI), assuring users of quality and offering students a competitive edge. This achievement gives signatory contractors and members the added confidence that LIUNA Training certification programs represent the best in quality education and training, as determined by an independent, external process of evaluation.

AIC 2013 Celebrates 20 Years of Excellence

LIUNA Training’s Annual Instructor Conference (AIC) continues to define itself as our industry’s leading training and educational conference. Each year the conference expands in both scope and scale while improving content and delivery of information to all participants. By any measure, LIUNA Training’s AIC is simply extraordinary.

LIUNA Training Unveils Expanded ICRA Courses

Pomfret Center, CT, March 1, 2013 – With forecasted growth in the health care industry to accommodate the baby boomer generation, increased health care construction is already a reality, as is demand for trained workers. With health care facilities relying on the Infection Control Risk Assessment (ICRA) to provide specific infection control guidelines for construction activities, LIUNA Training is expanding its program entitled ICRA Training for Construction Craft Laborers.

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LIUNA Training and Education Fund has achieved a three-year re-accreditation from the renowned International Accreditation Service (IAS). This third-party accreditation for our curriculum development process and instructor training program means our products meet, and in many cases exceed, rigorous standards based on industry and educational best practices. Read more