It is a goal of the IATSE Training Trust Fund to provide the highest quality training resources to workers throughout the IATSE. To that end, we are developing a Curriculum Library to which local unions can apply and receive IATSE TTF customized curricula for training. We have several levels of credentialing available to offer a range of options to local unions.
Click here to read about TTF credentialing requirements and options. Local union officers should print out, review, and decide upon the credentials they are opting for prior to completing the appropriate curriculum application.
Local unions interested in using TTF branded curriculum should have an officer submit a completed application to the IATSE TTF. We will contact your local and the trainers you have identified to discuss the application, orientation, training, and use of curriculum.
- OSHA 10/General Entertainment Safety ©| Modules | Application
- AV Essentials © | Modules | Application
- Safety First! © |Modules | Application | Application Process Instructions
Safety First! ©
The IATSE TTF and UCLA LOSH have developed customized Entertainment Safety modules for the IATSE TTF Safety First! © curricula. This curricula is available for use by all IATSE locals. The modules are designed to convey safety awareness and include: Basic Entertainment Safety, Biological Hazards, Hazard Communication, Chemical Protection, Electrical Safety, Fall Protection and Prevention, Elevated Platforms and Aerial Lifts, Scaffold Safety, Ergonomics, Noise Exposure, Confined Spaces/Small Spaces, Firearm Safety, Hand and Power Tools, Compressed Gas, Rigging Safety, and Welding and Cutting.
What makes this curricula special is that there are case studies from the various crafts to go with the safety modules. This makes the curriculum relevant to the various crafts and means it can be customized based on the group being taught. The instructor manuals give a detailed script and the modules can be taught by instructors of all levels, even a brand new trainer!
The TTF is also collecting other curricula available to share. If your local is looking for a craft training or other course not listed, please contact us as we may be able to help you locate the curriculum you need.
- The local’s designated trainer(s) will attend a Curriculum Orientation prior to curricula being released.
- The local must use TTF provided sign-in sheets for each class taught with IATSE TTF curriculum and send these to the IATSE TTF for tracking.
- Trainings local trainer(s) conduct using TTF curriculum do not qualify for Supported Course funds.
- If the local plans to use TTF completion cards for the OSHA 10/General Entertainment Safety © course, local trainer(s) will need to attend a TTF Train the Trainer before cards can be issued.
- Non-compliance with any of the above regulations may lead to the TTF recalling right to use of TTF curriculum.
- These policies are subject to change at any time by the Trustees. The application and/or interpretation of these policies shall at all times be subject to the discretion of the Trustees, to the fullest extent permitted by law.
HOW TO FILL OUT The Application
All applications are fillable PDF forms and must be filled out and signed by an elected local union officer (e.g., president, secretary treasurer, BA) or the training coordinator. Fillable PDF forms must be downloaded, saved to a folder or desktop, and filled out using a PDF reader such as Adobe Acrobat Reader. Please save your completely filled out form and attach the file when you email us. You can also print the form and fax or mail it to us. Required fields are outlined in red.