The Superintendent Training for Ironworkers course uses a combination of online self-study and group-based training to develop the next generation of ironworker superintendents. Participants learn the roles and responsibilities of a superintendent and how to manage project schedules, information, people, the job site and safety. Participants also learn communication skills, how to close out a project and basic construction finance and law.
The group-based Level 2 Superintendent Training for Ironworkers course is designed for journeyman ironworkers who have completed the online Level 1 Superintendent Training for Ironworkers and either completed the Foreman Training course or have experience as a foreman, general foreman or superintendent. Courses are organized at the request of sponsoring local unions or contractors, who must coordinate with their IMPACT regional director to set up dates and locations.
For more information on the course, review the Course Syllabus.
If you are an ironworker interested in enrolling in this course, contact your local union apprenticeship coordinator. Your coordinator will order a copy of the Superintendent Training for Ironworkers manual for you and register you for the course.
If you are a contractor interested in enrolling, contact the IMPACT office at 800-545-4921. To order a copy of the Superintendent Training for Ironworkers manual, visit our Online Store.