Apprenticeship Calendar

2020 SECOND SEMESTER CLASS SCHEDULE IS AS FOLLOWS

January 6th - 17th: Safety & Orientation

January 27th - February 7th: Rebar & Blueprints

February 24th - March 6th: Architectural & Ornamental

March 23rd - April 3rd: Rigging & Cranes 

April 13th - 24th: Structural 2

May 4th - 15th: Welding Class (note that while this class is in session, the shop will be closed to the membership)

 

Saturday Classes

Please note that Saturday classes begin at 8 a.m.

To sign up for the Saturday class contact the Apprenticeship office to get on the list

Survival of the Fittest: February 8th

Foreman Training: March 7th & April 4th

OSHA 30: January 21st/22nd & February 21st/22nd (You must be on time and attend all 4 days to get the OSHA 30 & limited space. Be sure to sign up)

COMET: May 16th

Make-up Days

February 22nd

March 7th

April 4th

April 25th

May 16th 

June 6th


Ironworkers Local Union 808 Joint Apprenticeship program is accredited by:  Orange County Public School System and the State of Florida Bureau of Job Training.

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN BECOMING AN IRONWORKER APPRENTICE PLEASE READ ALL THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION

PLEASE NOTE:  WE WILL NOT CALL YOU

  • Once we are ready to look at applications for the apprenticeship we will send you an email. 

  • We give you two weeks to respond before you are purged from the applicant pool. Your application will only be kept if you respond to the email that will be sent out prior to scheduling for interviews.

  • We typically do interviews December and July or as the demand for manpower on jobs dictate.

You MUST have the following documents with you when you show up for the interview. NO DOCUMENTS NO INTERVIEW.

  • Birth Certificate to prove you are at least 18 years old.

  • High School Diploma or GED (high school transcripts will also be accepted)

  • Social Security Card (we will also accept the document from the Social Security office that you have requested a new card)

  • Valid Driver’s License

  • Two Letters of recommendation from previous employers, school counselor, teachers or Ironworkers that are sponsoring you.  

  • You must be physically capable to do the work. Lift & carry heavy objects, walk over rough surfaces, climb ladders and stairs, pull, bend, kneel & reach. 

  • You must be comfortable working at extreme heights, long hours and able to work in extreme heat, cold, muddy dirty conditions if necessary.

You will be required to pass a drug tests upon acceptance to the program and submit to random testing throughout your career.


Interested in becoming an Iron Worker?  Take the first step by calling our Apprenticeship Office at:  (407) 859-0321 ext. 19