From building the structural framework for high-rise buildings, bridges, power plants, and towers, to welding, ornamental, rigging and machinery moving—ironworkers build the world up around us.

In this JATC 86 Ironworker Apprenticeship program, apprentices must be able to perform the rigorous manual labor required by the trade and have a natural ability to work safely at high elevations with a good sense of balance. This training is a four-week certificate program.

This program, run by trade professionals, balances classroom studies and on-the-job training while you earn a living wage with healthcare, retirement, and other benefits. As you learn more skills and your abilities increase, your wages increase.

Interested? Classes begin this summer!

Contact Gerald, Career Navigator, to learn more!

Fill out the form below, or call Gerald at (206) 354-2465