Why Ironworker Apprenticeship?
In this three-year program, students receive occupational training under the sponsorship of the local Joint Apprenticeship Committee. The CCAC component of the program comprises lecture and laboratory classes for 45 credits, which may be applied toward an associate degree in building construction estimating or building construction supervision. Upon completion of the certificate and the required job experience hours, graduates may work in commercial building construction as skilled ironworkers.
Ironworker Apprenticeship, Certificate (289.2)
Upon completion of the certificate and the job experience hours required by the Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training, they may work in commercial building construction as a skilled ironworker. Construction trade technology training programs are open to all qualifying students. These programs are offered in conjunction with the Joint Apprenticeship Committees of the building trades and Pennsylvania Department of Labor. The state of Pennsylvania awards Journeyman working papers to those who complete one of these apprenticeship programs. Admission is by competitive testing and interviews with a Joint Apprenticeship Committee.