“Great [Safety Webinars]. My thanks to all at IMPACT! It’s encouraging to see the Unions taking on such a large leadership role to educate Contractors and your union brothers and sisters. A significant change from when I entered the safety profession 35 years ago.”
Richard Fabbro Safety Manager NAES Power Contractors Hillsboro, OR
The mission of the ICC is to provide continuing education and training opportunities for our current contractors and to develop new contractors. This mission supports the vision of General President Walter Wise that we double our market share by 2020.
To access any of the ICC education and training options, you will need to sign in and update your IMPACT profile, or if you are new to the IMPACT website, create a profile. This information is to allow us to easily contact you about education and training opportunities.
If you have not signed in and need to update or create a profile, then go to Member Sign-In and either sign in or create your profile. Once you have signed in as a member, return to this page to learn more about the ICC.
IMPACT offers hands-on Contractor Courses at events throughout the year. Look here for current course offerings.
Offered as online and interactive sessions, these courses are designed to develop new Ironworker contractors.
Foreman training is designed to develop the necessary skills to serve as the primary link between employer and union—the Ironworker foreman.
Green Construction training provides a comprehensive guide to the Ironworkers’ role in the “green” construction workforce.
Contractors, avoid costly harassment and discrimination lawsuits.
Marketing the Ironworkers provides Business Managers a unique set of skills to market Ironworkers to contractors and owners.
Find recorded versions of IMPACT’s latest Safety Webinars, as well as other Web training.
Shop Supervisor Training is designed to improve the operation and efficiency of our shops through leadership development.
Superintendent Training is designed to develop construction site leaders for our contractors.
Survival of the Fittest training focuses on the necessary skills, attitudes and behaviors to compete and succeed in the construction industry.