LEARN™ by LIUNA Training –
Is an innovative, four-year high school curriculum, connecting schools, students and their communities to apprenticeship and a career as a Construction Craft Laborer.

A solution that fits
your school

The LEARN Program has been designed to easily adapt to any State and Provincial requirements. We’ve developed a versatile and flexible 4-year experience for teachers and students that provides a support network from implementation through graduation.

We comply with state requirements

We easily implement into your space

Tailored to a range of resources and student abilities

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Learning theories

LEARN includes elements of each of the following learning theories to help students of all abilities gain knowledge, remain motivated, think critically, retain information and most importantly, become lifelong learners:

  • Universal Design for Learning
  • Project-Based Learning
  • Experiential Learning
  • Active Learning
  • Connected Learning

Students build
their future


From the start, LEARN students are actively involved in building their future. From year one Exploratory Projects where they immediately begin to gain skills while having fun, they’ll gain industry-specific certifications and develop their comprehensive community-based final year project. Each student determines their future by joining the CCL apprenticeship or moving on to post secondary educational opportunities.


Teacher flexibility


LEARN’s foundation meets the highest academic standards and is designed to be flexible enough to meet the unique needs of every school and school district. Experiential project-based curricula provide a range of instructional delivery options that can be tailored to accommodate different scheduling patterns, resource needs and student abilities.

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Outcomes and


LEARN involves students, captures their imaginations, and increases retention of information. Whether in the classroom or during interactive practice, the focus is on industry knowledge using participatory, project-based hands-on experiences. The result: LEARN students are better prepared apprentices which increases their employability.