Learn more about our training center
The iron working industry is very strenuous and most tedious. An Ironworker must be alert at all times in order to perform the duties of connecting, welding, installing decking, in addition to climbing, lifting, sitting, standing, bending and pulling of the steel in the erection of buildings and spanning of bridges.
An Ironworker is a stalwart individual with a great deal of upper body strength for twisting, turning, and awkward postures of the back. Blueprint and drafting reading are a part of the training to become an Ironworker and safety is a plus in training and working side by side with co-workers and other Craftsmen.
Iron work is performed inside and outside in most weather conditions.
The weld shop is open for Journeyman to practice and test the following processes.
- Stainless Steel
18 Hour class that helps develop skilled Ironworker Foreman. In this course they will learn how to communicate effectively, document and maintain records, build an effective work team, plan and schedule work, implement a safety program, and ensure the quality of work
OSHA Training- 10 hour & 30 Hour
The 10-hr and 30-hr courses are designed to provide the Ironworker with the training in a variety of OSHA areas. This will improve their ability to work safely.
First Aid & Adult CPR
This certification expires after 2 years.
This class teaches you how to administer CPR and First Aid. In this class you will learn how to recognize emergencies, care for injuries, administer chest compressions, and use an AED. This will also teach you how to care for life threatening bleeding, shock, and injury.
All classes and weld shop time must be set up with the Training Coordinator prior to arrival.
Please call Coordinator Jason Willey at 402-333-0276 to schedule a time.
If you are in need of Training that is not listed, please call the hall.