2 MONTHS OF TRAINING (150 hours) FOR A CAREER IN WELDING, AT NO COST!
TRAINING INCLUDES: REQUIREMENTS:
SAFETY TRAINING * WILLING TO WORK AS A WELDER
GREEN CONSTRUCTION * 18 YEARS OF AGE MINIMUM
OXY – FUEL BURNING * POSSESS A HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA OR GED
SMAW PROCESS * DRUG FREE AND CAN PASS A DRUG SCREEN
FCAW PROCESS * HAVE RELIABLE TRANSPORTATION
WORKPLACE SUCCESS SKILLS * IN GOOD PHYSICAL CONDITION (LIFT AT LEAST 50 LBS)
** CONSIDERATION FOR EXPERIENCED WELDERS AND THOSE WHO HAVE ATTENDED WELDER TRAINING COURSES IN COMMUNITY COLLEGE, ADULT SCHOOL OR OTHER PRIVATE SCHOOL.
TRAINING DATES, TIMES AND LOCATION:
IRONWORKERS TRAINING CENTER, 3150 BAYSHORE ROAD, BENICIA, CALIF 94510
Initial week: February 24-28 6:30 am – 3:00 pm daily, then on the following dates: March 2,7,8,9,14,15,16,21,22,23,29,30, April 4,5,6. Friday classes are 3:30pm-8:00 pm, Saturday & Sunday classes are 6:30 am – 3:00 pm.
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ORIENTATION SESSION YES, SIGN ME UP FOR AN ORIENTATION SESSION TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THIS OPPORTUNITY. ATTENDANCE AT ORIENTATION IS REQUIRED FOR REGISTRATION INTO THE PROGRAM. ORIENTATION IS 1 ½ HOURS LONG AT THE IRONWORKERS TRAINING CENTER (3150 BAYSHORE ROAD, BENICIA, CALIF. 94510)
If you have a referral letter from an organization, contractor, or an individual, please include it with this form. For additional copies of this flyer, contact Dick Zampa at 707 454 0497
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.