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Ironworkers Apprenticeship

The Ironworkers Registered 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. Apprentices earn while they learn, working on the job alongside the journeymen. In addition, they attend classes of related and supplemental instruction, approximately 160 hours per year for four years. Ironworking has many sectors. Each sector involves challenging and difficult work, often on tall structures at high elevations. Ironworkers must be willing to work as a team. The Ironworkers Apprenticeship brings to the table the opportunity for participants to complete a structured pre-apprenticeship course granting credit for classes and possible direct entry into Ironworkers Apprenticeship Program allowing participants the ability to work for one of our numerous signatory contractors on many of their projects in Northern California.
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