IWA 141: Introduction to Reinforcing Ironwork
This course is an overview of reinforcing ironwork for new apprentices. Topics include material property and related CRSI and ACI codes and specifications. Students will develop additional blueprint reading skills specific to reinforcing steel. Various types of structures will be reviewed and students will be introduced to splicing and coupling. 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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