IWA 191: Reinforced Iron and Structures for Rigging
This course is an overview of reinforcing ironwork for new apprentices. Reinforcing iron topics include material property and related CRSI and ACI codes and specifications. Structural topics include erecting columns and beams, joists and trusses, plumbing and aligning, decking and various types of bolts. 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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