Ironworker (Metal Building Systems Erector)
The Ironworker (Metal Building Systems Erector) program will train you to fabricate, construct and join scaffolding, and erect pre-engineered buildings. The apprenticeship program is a 1-year program consisting of 2 levels of technical training, each 6 weeks in duration. This craft is a sub-trade of the Ironworker program.
All application deadlines, start dates and training schedules are posted on the Tradesecrets website.
Ironworker (metal building systems erectors) are limited to work on one-storey, steel-framed metal buildings, generally referred to as pre-engineered buildings. Most ironworker (metal building systems erectors) are employed by construction contractors, but some are employed in industries such as metal fabricating, oil and gas production, iron and steel production, electric utilities and rail transport.
Grad Employment Rate
Median Journeyman Salary
Tuition & Fees (Cost per semester)
Tuition Cap: $570.00