Apprenticeship

APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM

Want a high-paying career where you’ll never stop learning? Sign up for Local 433’s ironworking apprentice program.

You’ll train on the ground and in classrooms for four years, earning money and health benefits for you and your family while you learn. After successfully completing the program, you’ll become a 433 journeyman – a term synonymous with excellence.

The opportunities for advancement in ironworking are endless. Work hard and learn the trade, and you might one day become a supervisor or own your own business.

Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

More information: universityofiron.org and ironjobs.org.

REQUIREMENTS

Minimum age of 18.
High school diploma, GED or DD-214.
Ability to complete physically demanding labor.

APPRENTICE CENTER LOCATIONS
California
5555 Fresca Drive
La Palma, CA 90623
(714) 228-9744
Paul Martinez, Coordinator
Nevada
960 Wigwam Pkwy.
Henderson, NV 89115
(702) 643-7991
Jason Corder, Coordinator