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No Fee Courses
These courses are free for IATSE workers. If you're working in any of the crafts represented by the IATSE and working under an IATSE collective bargaining agreement, then you qualify. Some programs may have additional enrollment requirements.
OSHA 10/General Entertainment Safety
This two-day training covers general industry safety and health principles and OSHA policies, procedures, and standards. Topics include scope and application of the OSHA general industry standards as they apply to the entertainment industry.
We developed a customized course and certificate program with AVIXA for IATSE workers making the transition to audiovisual jobs. This four-day, hands-on, introductory course is part of the AVIXA/IATSE TTF Live Event Technician Certificate.
Safety First! Online Courses
Courses promote safe working conditions by providing information, tools, and resources to recognize potential hazards and minimize risks. Case studies from the various crafts are included, making the curriculum relevant across the IATSE workforce.
AVIXA partnership (Formerly InfoComm)
New and experienced audiovisual technicians will benefit from hands-on classes, online courses, AVIXA membership, and a certificate program.
Online Safety for MPTV Workers
Online safety training for workers covered by the 2015-2018 Area Standards Agreement. The General Safety Training “A” and Environmental Safety “A2” Safety Pass courses were developed by Contract Services.
Coming Soon: Lynda.com Partnership
In the fall, IATSE workers will have free access to over 3,500 high-quality, instructional videos through the IATSE TTF/Lynda.com partnership.
We reimburse workers for industry certifications because we know that ongoing training is important to stay competitive, grow professionally, and perform craft work safely.
You know your workers' training needs best. When your local organizes a safety or craft skills class, we'll reimburse the local for providing group training.
Develop an OSHA Trainer
Want the flexibility of setting up OSHA classes when you need them? We'll reimburse your local to develop an OSHA Outreach Trainer to teach the OSHA 10/General Entertainment Safety curriculum at your local.
Whether you want to turn your subject matter experts into local trainers or need to find a seasoned instructor for a class you have in the works, we're here to help!
Train the Trainer: Teaching and Presentation Techniques
A two-day workshop for new and existing safety and craft skills trainers that covers effective teaching techniques, learning styles, training design, and lesson planning. Learn More →
Train the Trainer Master Class: Teaching the Theoretical
A two-day, intensive workshop for trainers actively teaching classes for their local after attending the Train the Trainer: Teaching and Presentation Techniques class. Trainers learn to use activities to explain the abstract concepts of the safety or craft skills course they're developing or improving. Learn More →
Locally Offered AV Essentials
We train your local AV trainers and provide books and some basic gear for the class. Learn More →
Borrow Our OSHA Trainer
We can send our OSHA trainer to your local to teach an onsite class and help you get started with safety training. Learn More →
Not ready to develop your own courses? We can connect you with trainers in our database to meet your local’s needs. Check out some of the available courses and contact us for a list of trainers. Learn More →
Use our customized OSHA 10/General Entertainment Safety and Safety First! modules to deliver essential safety and well-being trainings to your local. We'll supply you with books and templates to make your classes a success!
Our searchable database makes it easy to browse your local's training records at your convenience. Simply send us information on your local's classes and we'll track your trainings and certifications for you!
Ready for your first class? Download and customize our course templates to organize, advertise, track, and evaluate your courses.