This is a list of leaders: Southern District men and women trained through a formal leadership program in skills that make jobsites more productive, safe, and efficient. Some were trained when they were 3rd year apprentices; others as journeymen. A good number of them graduated from both courses.
In the 3rd Year Apprentice: Helping to Build Our Industries training, apprentices learn how professionalism, productivity, skill, and attitude contribute to their success, and to the success of the contractors who employ them. They also gain a greater understanding of the UBC, industries served, and the important role they play for both.
In the UBC Journeymen: Building Leadership for a Strong Future training, Journeymen develop leadership, mentoring, coaching, and communication skills, and learn to engage with newer members and lead by example, all while promoting positive work environments and productivity on the job.
With a focus on constructing and building UBC relationships on the job site, participants will be introduced to business finance cause and effect, emotional intelligence for UBC Leaders, adult learning principles, and how to manage healthy conflict.
Education — Building Strong. Leading the Way.
The following carpenters earned their leadership credentials as a part of the former Mid-South Carpenters Regional Council