With our new, streamlined website, the two required classes are available online at no charge.
Once your Overflow registration is verified, log back in using the user name and password that you created and you can take the classes.
This can be accomplished in many ways. Here are a few ideas to get you started:
When you complete the course, the completion message should come with a link to download your certificate. You can also download your certificates at any time by heading to your profile -> Classes -> Completed Classes.
If you are interested in borrowing tables, chairs, equipment, or using the CPJ, send an e-mail to email@example.com.
Any volunteer-related questions, including questions about volunteer opportunities, should be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Once you are a member of Local 480, you are welcome to join others. Keep in mind that each local has its own requirements to join and that as long as you are a member of Local 480, you will be responsible for quarterly membership dues.
If you’d rather transfer your membership to another local, you can click here to see how to go about doing that.
Once a year, and upon request, the Local provides medics (members only) with 3 shirts and 2 hats.
Send your request, with desired sizes, to email@example.com.
In order to transfer your membership to another IATSE local, you must:
Your acceptance into any other local is based entirely on their requirements. And, remember that you are a member of Local 480 and responsible for quarterly dues until your transfer is completed.
When you work less than 16 days on a show, you are considered a “Day-Player.”
Day players don’t receive the same type of credit that those on the regular crew receive.
After working 16 or more days on a production, you are considered part of the regular crew and thus get a “regular credit” on the show.
Local 480 requires that you show you’ve got experience in the crafts in which we list you. To see proof of that, we require members to provide paystubs showing 16 or more days working in the craft to be listed on two contract productions.
Absolutely. The union will grant a Medical Discount to members who aren’t able to work because of a medical issue. Contact the office manager for more information.
NBFO stands for National Benefit Funds Office.
This is the organization which administers benefits through the other organizations which actually provide them, such as Empire Blue Cross, Delta Dental, Davis Vision, and Wells Fargo. As an IATSE member, this is the organization you’ll work with for anything relating to your benefits.