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Boilermakers National Apprenticeship Program

The Boilermakers National Joint Apprenticeship Fund was established in November 1959 to create a national program for training future Boilermakers.

BNAP Mission Statement:

To educate our members to be the safest, highly skilled, most productive and the most sought after craft in the building trades, while at the same time; practicing unity, progress and brotherhood which will provide industry stability for generations to come.

For more information on the Boilermakers National Apprenticeship Program, visit their website at www.bnap.com.

Latest News

  • D-NRS-CSO Tim Simmons, left, presents a retirement gift from the Boilermakers to Dave Douin, Boilermaker and outgoing executive director of the National Board of Boiler and Pressure Vessel Inspectors.

    Douin retires from national inspection board

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  • Celebrating the partnership between GLABAP and LCCC are, from l. to r., BNAP Coordinator Mark Wertz, LCCC President Marcia Ballinger, Ph.D, GLABAP Coordinator Larry McManamon Jr. and L-744 BM-ST Martin Mahom.

    Partnership offers college credits for apprentices in Great Lakes

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  • IP Newton B. Jones, with TSSA General Secretary Manuel Cortes, signs the strategic partnership agreement between IBB and TSSA.

    Boilermakers, UK-based TSSA sign strategic partnership agreement

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  • Register now for the 2020 LEAP Conference

    Register now for the 2020 LEAP Conference

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  • Basic Class

    Local leaders advance skills in labor representation

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