Training Solutions

Maintaining the skills of the workers of the National Construction Council (NCC) and enabling them to do their very best work on the job is our top priority. The NCC considers skill, safety, productivity, and attitude to be the keys to success for our workers and contractors and owners.

We work with over 40 training centres in Canada and have the ongoing support and resources of the Carpenters International Training Centre.

COVID-19 Preparedness Qualification

This short online and informative course will educate members on how to protect themselves, their fellow workers, and stop the spread of COVID-19. The course will familiarize you with guidance to Prepare Workplaces for COVID-19 and recommended jobsite protocols.

The online course is to be viewed as recommended best practices and is provided solely as suggested guidelines and resources for members reference regarding COVID-19. The online course is not to be relied upon to prevent the spread or transmission of COVID-19 on any specific job site or to prevent a safety violation from being issued by a jurisdictional authority. All contractors must continue to comply with all relevant rules and regulations concerning workplace safety and health. This is not legal advice.

Contractors should regularly evaluate their health and safety procedures, as well as the specific hazards at their job sites, consistent with their Provincial authorities and the Public Health Agency of Canada recommendations to determine the appropriate job hazard analysis and safety procedures for the project / task as it relates to the spread and / or transmission of COVID-19. All contractors should incorporate COVID-19 transmission and prevention into all job hazard analyzes (JHAs) and pre-task safety planning for all aspects of the work. In addition, all projects should require social distancing, hand washing on a regular basis, and no large group meetings.

Click here to access this course:
1. Go to the website

2. On the top right-hand side, at the top click on “MEMBERS”

3. Scroll down to "UBC Member Training Opportunities"

4. Select "Access to the CITF Online Learning Center"

5. Select on “click here” - If this is your first time using the members portal on this website, you will be asked to create a profile.  If you have already created a profile simply log in with your previous credentials. 


If you are stuck on the Member Profile page, simply click on the UBC emblem at the top left-hand side of the website and repeat steps 2 – 5.  
This will give you access to the LMS and courses available to you.

If you have trouble logging in, please reach out to your Local Training Centre to verify your email address.

With CITF training, we will bring our union's high standard of safety to the places where it's needed most and we'll be an even stronger union when this is all over.

Contractors wishing to review this course, please contact us.

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The National Construction Council (NCC) is dedicated to the safety and well-being of every worker. The priority of the NCC is to ensure a safe worksite for all workers on an NCC site regardless of classification.


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The NCC will proactively work with its workers and contractors to identify and mitigate against worksite safety hazards and practices through occupational health and safety training standards.

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The NCC has developed a common list of training classifications and certifications that every worker of the NCC are required to present prior to dispatch. These are the Work Ready for Dispatch training certifications that are required as a minimum, regardless of classification or level (apprentice or journeyperson).


  • WHMIS - GHS (Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System - Globally Harmonized System) also known as WHIMS 2015
  • Fall Protection
  • First Aid
  • Confined Space  
  • Aerial Lift/Elevated Work Platform
  • Respectful Workplace Training

All training is entered into our extensive and secure TRAIN Training database where Contractors have access to view member training records. Please contact us for information on Contractor Access to the TRAIN Training Database.

It is also recognized that there may be further provincial certifications that are required, and these will be assessed prior to job confirmation.

To access a training centre near you please click here.