Introduction to Blueprint Reading
Blueprint Reading for Ironworkers is a 24-hour course designed to provide the Iron Worker student with training in the elements of construction drawing, steel frame construction drawings, types of drawings, architectural and engineering drawings, and rigging/engineered lift drawings.
The objective of this course is to enable a student to read and understand construction blueprints.
Upon successful completion of this course, the participant will be able to:
- Identify the types of construction drawings.
- Interpret elements of drawings and common abbreviations and acronyms.
- Interpret symbols and drawing information.
- Read and understand the basic elements of a drawing.
This course is designed for Apprentice and Journeyman Reinforcing, Structural Ironworkers and Welders. The participant should have basic reading, writing, and math skills, first aid training (including CPR) and strong safety skills acquired in the A.C.S.A.
Ironworkers Local 720 Training and Test Centre
10512-122 street Edmonton
Dates and Times:
Dates to be announced - Check the Training centre calendar for current dates and times
Meals will be supplied for each day. Please note that attendance of full course is necessary for Completion Certification.
Contact the Ironworkers Training Centre at (780) 482-0908
Important Course Information
- A $150 Fee will be charged to NO SHOWS or those who fail to attend the entire course.
- Participants are asked to arrive 10 min before the start of class.
- Late arrivals will not be permitted.