The advanced shop iron workers apprenticeship program provides necessary advanced skills and knowledge to set an apprentice up for success as a shop ironworker. Lecture based advanced classroom work leads to knowledge that is used for practica shop floor applications covered in hands on advanced skills laboratories.
The goal of this program is to provide advanced skills and knowledge to an apprentice so that they may have a long-term successful career as an ironworker. This program is intended to build advanced skills and knowledge that future ironworker programs will be built upon. The focus s on occupational needs of a shop ironworker.
|APIW 51||Blueprint Reading I||3|
|APIW 52||Shop Ironworkers Mathematics||1.5|
|APIW 53||Welding Technology||3|
|APIW 54||Structural I||3|
|APIW 55||Work Place Safety and Machinery Operation/Labor Studies I||1.5|
|APIW 56||Structural II||3|
|APIW 57||Structural III||3|
|APIW 58||Welding Code/AISC/Metallurgy/Labor Studies II||1.5|
|APIW 59||Metal Stairs Layout and Fabrication||3|
|APIW 60||Metal Railing Layout and Fabrication||3|
|APIW 61||Ornamental Metal Fabrication/Structural IV||1.5|
|APIW 62||Blueprint Reading II||3|
(Y1 or S1)