Training

The Ironworker trade has been on of the most revered and exciting trades for over a century.  Ironworkers are recognized as highly skilled, highly trained and safety conscious tradesmen.

Ironworkers fabricate and construct the structural steel framework of single and multi-story building, stadiums, arenas, hospitals, towers and bridges.  Ironworkers place reinforcing bars (rebar), as well as installing post-tensioning systems.  They also specialize in finishing building by assembling curtain wall and window wall systems, stairs and handrails, metal doors, sheeting and elevator fronts.

At Ironworkers Local 5, we offer a multi-year Apprenticeship Program in our brand new, state of the art training facility. 

Are you ready to leave your mark and build a Life-Long career?
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Benefits of becoming and Ironworker

  • Earn while you learn
  • Earn college credits
  • Receive health and retirement benefits
  • No tuition cost or college debt
  • Starting Journeyman Salary of $70,000

What does it take to become an ironworker?

  • 18 years of age or older
  • Birth certificate
  • High school diploma or GED Equivalency
  • Drivers license and proof of transportation
  • High school transcripts
  • Social security card