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Training Access for “Non-Roster” Classifications

Some Industry Professionals work in “non-roster” job classifications, meaning job classifications that are not part of the Industry Experience Roster (IER) or the Teachers Availability List.

Like roster classifications, "non-roster" classifications also have mandatory, classification-specific training requirements. (To view a list of all classification-specific training requirements, see our Required Course List.) If you are an Industry Professional working in a “non-roster” job classification with mandatory training requirements, you must apply for access to this Contract Services-provided training.

How do I know if I work in a “non-roster” job classification?

If you are not sure whether you work in a “non-roster” job classification, one way to confirm is by checking the Online Roster to see whether your job classification is listed as "Non Roster." On the Online Roster search page, select “Non Roster” for Roster Type, and check to see if your Local and Classification appear in the drop-down menus. If you’re still not sure, please Contact Us.

How do I apply for access to training?

Follow these steps to apply for access to required training:

  1. Apply.
    Complete a Training Access Application form found at the button to the right.
  2. Prove Eligibility
    Work experience is required. In general, you must submit proof of 30 days of work experience within the last two years for an employer signatory to the applicable collective bargaining agreement.
    Generally, you may prove your work experience by submitting either (1) a letter from your employer or payroll company or (2) a paystub that includes your name, the last 4 digits of your Social Security number, local union, job classification, number of signatory days or hours worked, and the dates of the days worked. To assist you in requesting that a payroll company send proof of employment to Contract Services on your behalf, please refer to the Payroll Company Contact Sheet button to the right.
    To submit a paystub as proof of employment, please email a copy to gro.f1685852885tasc@1685852885stnem1685852885ucod1685852885.
  3. Complete Preliminary Training Courses
    Once you submit proof of at least one qualifying day of work experience, you will receive access to the Contact Services Portal. By logging into your Portal, you can complete the preliminary training courses that are required to complete your overall application. For most non-roster classifications, the two preliminary courses are:
    • A - General Safety/IIPP
    • Harassment Prevention Training
    Important: These preliminary courses are part of the application process. You must complete the preliminary courses in order to finalize your application, which will then grant you access to any additional training that may be required of your classification. (To view all courses required for your classification, see our Required Course List.)

    To log into your Portal, click on the Portal Sign-In button to the right or the Portal Sign-In link in the top-right menu bar.

    If you do not have access to a computer, or if you need help using one, our on-site computer lab is available during business hours at 2710 Winona Avenue, Burbank, CA 91504. Reservations are encouraged and can be made by calling 818.565.0550 ext. 1200.

After completing the application process described above you will gain access to any additional training that may be required for your classification. You will also be assigned a subsequent deadline (generally 90 days for online courses or 6 months for in-person courses) to complete that additional training in order to remain compliant with your training requirements. Also, keep in mind that you will be required to refresh these courses from time to time, so remember to check your Portal or the CS ACCESS mobile app to stay up to date with your requirements.