IRONWORKING


This curriculum provides a basic foundation in ironworking safety, tools, welding, cranes, rigging, forklifts, and survey equipment are included, as well as trade drawings, steel joists, and structural steel.  It also includes updated technology and practices, helping trainees be safer and more effective on the job site.  The trainee will also learn how to apply practical applications of mathematical principles on the job site.

This training is a rich source of knowledge and experience that will give each trainee a competitive edge as he or she grows in this profession.

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Level

Edition

Instructor Resource

Ironworking, Level 1

2nd

Course Planning Tools,

Performance Profiles

Ironworking, Level 2

2nd

Course Planning Tools

Performance Profiles

Ironworking, Level 3

2nd

Course Planning Tools

Performance Profiles

Ironworking, Levels 1-3

2nd

Revision Map

Ironworking, Level 1

1st

Performance Profiles

Ironworking, Level 2

1st

Performance Profiles

Ironworking, Level 3

1st

Performance Profiles

     

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Recursos

Herrería

2nd

Perfil Desempeño

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Step by Step

  • Starting your journey
  • These study materials are designed to enable self-study for written assessments. Training courses using these materials are also available for Journeyman and in-person performance assessments at designated testing facilities.
  • Becoming familiar with course material.
  • Start small or start big, at Brown Technical we have the study material you need, from individual courses, full kits as well as related reference material to help you along. 
  • Setting aside time
  • Each course will have an anticipated time the course will take, make sure to set aside time for study and review of all material.
  • Testing and Courses
  • With every purchase you will receive a list of available testing centers to sign up for the written assessment when you are ready. Also available here.