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Local 420

Training and Education

MESSAGE FROM THE POWER 420 TRUSTEES: COVID-19 UPDATE 11/11/2020                    

Please see Governor Evers Executive Order # 94 issued on 11/10/2020.

Due to the increasing concern of the growing number of Covid-19 cases within our state, we are tentatively looking to begin our classes sometime in the first quarter of 2021. We are diligently reviewing this situation every 30 days with the health and safety of all involved to be of our utmost priority. Please continue to check this website as we provide periodic status updates.

If you have not done so already, please sign up below to be included on our call list. Those on our call list will be notified when a decision has been made to restart classes.

**Please Note:  No class down payment is required at this time.

Thank You for your patience and continued interest in the POWER 420 training classes.

 

Local 420 is committed to developing and providing training to our members.
Local 420 conducts training classes on a regular basis. These classes are held at our union office and are available to members and the public. Additionally, the union sponsors the Power Engineering program at Milwaukee Area Technical College-South Campus where a full diploma program is offered. Power Engineering is a field that requires skills in a variety of fields including boiler operation, equipment repair, industrial maintenance, HVAC, electrical, plumbing, energy conservation, and other areas.

Register NOW for Upcoming Classes!

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Rich Curley TRAINING INSTRUCTOR

Rich Curley

Having over 26 years of experience working in various power plants, Rich’s expertise includes: operating and maintaining boilers, turbines, generators, air compressors, pumps, HVACR, and many other functions involving the production of steam and electricity.

In 2005 Rich was hired full time as an instructor of Power Engineering at Milwaukee Area Technical College. Rich’s curriculum includes: Blueprint reading, Instruments and Controls, Electricity, High and Low Pressure Boilers, Renewable Energy, Industrial Maintenance, and Math. Rich was instrumental in creating the Local 420 training program and is the lead instructor for the Union.

Rich holds a license for Chief Engineer from the American Society of Power Engineers. He has licenses in Refrigeration, Forklift, and Cranes, and certificates in Renewable Energy, Site Assessment, and Boiler Operation.
Rich is currently the President of the National Association of Power Engineers, Milwaukee Chapter, and is an accredited, licensed teacher for the State of Wisconsin.