The mission of the Field Ironworkers Apprenticeship and Journeyman Retraining Program is to ensure that our union ironworkers have the skills, knowledge and training necessary to be safe on the jobsite; competitive in the workplace; and satisfied in their careers. We accomplish that mission by providing training and training materials, trained and experienced instructors and leadership in order to uphold union values and principles of service and professionalism.
The road to becoming a Journeyman Ironworker is through Apprenticeship Training. The Ironworkers Apprenticeship Program is a well organized and supervised method of training people, with little or no knowledge of the craft, to become Journeymen Ironworkers qualified in all segments of the Trade.
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For questions, call the Apprenticeship: 602-276-6055
Referral letters from organizations familiar to the Ironworkers, apprenticeship programs or
individuals known to the Ironworkers should be brought to the Orientation session and submitted
prior to end of session. For further information about a career in the Ironworkers go to
TRANSPORTATION- Jobs will be in all parts of Arizona. Reliable transportation is a must.
DRUG TEST- An initial 12-panel drug and alcohol test will be required prior to the class, and all
will be subject to random, annual, post-accident, etc. The Ironworkers promote a drug free work
ATTENDANCE- is voluntary but 100% attendance IS REQUIRED to complete the course.
PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT - Required PPE for this course: High top leather work boots (steel toe is optional), long sleeve cotton work shirt and work pants.
CLASS CREDIT- All who successfully complete the two week course will be given credit for
Reinforcing 1 classe.and will receive OSHA 10 training.
UNION DUES & FEES- An initiation fee of $215.50 must be paid prior to going to work as an Ironworker Apprentice. New Apprentice pay rate is $15.60 per hour, plus benefits.
No fees or dues are required during the course.
All Tools, PPE and curriculum issued will remain the property of the Apprenticeship Program and will be returned to the instructor as requested. Those who successfully complete the course will be allowed to keep the PPE and course curriculum. Participants may be able to purchase tools used during class from the apprenticeship.
CODE OF CONDUCT- the Ironworkers 'Standards of Excellence' will be the template for our Code of Conduct during the course and will remain in effect throughout
The OSCA 20 hour Refinery Safety Course must be completed prior to January 1, 2018 in order to work in a California refinery. Go to the OSCA webpage: http://www.osca.com/petrochemical/ or speak to your Business Agent about training.
The Class of September 2017
National Womens Cohort Class September 2017
Women pre apprentices from across the US have attended and graduated from the pre-apprenticeship class in Benicia California. This class offered training in basic ironworking and will result in entry into the various state programs.
Apprenticeship Opportunity in the Bay Area
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A GOOD PAYING CAREER WITH A BRIGHT FUTURE? A CAREER THAT WILL ALLOW YOU TO COMPLETE A UNIVERSITY LEVEL EDUCATION IN A UNION BUILDING TRADE? ARE YOU READY TO START NOW? IF SO, SIGN UP FOR THE NEXT
IRONWORKERS TRAINING COURSE
Participants will receive 3 weeks of FREE hands on training AND the opportunity to meet with local signatory contractors. The training will focus on developing skills to enter into the Reinforcing Ironwork industry. Those who complete the 3 week course will have an excellent opportunity to begin a career as an Ironworker apprentice.Ironworker Apprenticeship Opportunity in the Bay Area
MANDATORY ORIENTATION Click on the link for dates and to download the flyer. ALL EVENTS WILL BE HELD AT THE IRONWORKERS TRAINING FACILITY LOCATED AT 3150 BAYSHORE ROAD, BENICIA, CA. 94510