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The Alberta Ironworkers Apprenticeship and Training Plan has partnered with Industrial Training International to offer a collection of Online Rigging courses to our MEMBERS. Participants must complete the courses in the order they appear.

This online course is designed to increase the student's level of knowledge in proper use and pre-operational inspection of overhead cranes.

Thursday, January 15, 2015

Ironworkers Local 720 has partnered with BIS Training Solutions to offer a large variety of online training courses through our website

CWB has issued a statement regarding the extension of ticket expiry dates

For Ironworkers course is designed to develop skilled Ironworker superintendents. During this blended learning course (combination of self-study, online exercises, and group-based training) the participants will learn the roles and responsibilities...

Layout Instruments is a 4 hour course designed to provide the Iron Worker student with training in using basic layout tools, using automatic levels, and Laser/Electronic Tape Measures.

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...

Rope Access is an evolved form of work positioning that allows workers to access heights and confined spaces using a secure two rope system

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Are you interested in getting your B-pressure or Flux Core tickets? If so contact Dale Hennig (780) 887-1254 at the training centre to set up some practice time as well as one on one training.

Friday, August 30, 2013

The Ironworkers Apprenticeship and Training Plan together with Industrial Training International is offering a variety of Rigging Training to help our Members and Signatory contractors remain competitive in this ever changing field.

Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Advanced Rigging is designed for MEMBERS who are involved in heavy or engineered lifts. It also helps those who are looking to become lift coordinators or upper level management.