IWA 120: Introduction to Ironwork
This course in an introduction to ironworking for new apprentices. Course topics include job safety and health, blueprints and mathematics for ironworkers. Students will be introduced to oxy-acetylene cutting and safety in the classroom before completing hands-on assignments. This course is only available for Ironworker apprentices through the Local 25 training center.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6
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