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    THE 3rd THURSDAY OF EVERY MONTH

    8:00 A.M. TO 10:00 A.M. 

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    BOILERMAKERS LOCAL ONE UNION HALL

    2941 S. ARCHER AVENUE

    CHICAGO, IL.  60608

    REQUIREMENTS:

    ~ COPY OF HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA OR G.E.D.

    ~ COPY OF BIRTH CERTIFICATE

    ~ VOCATIONAL SCHOOL CERTIFICATIONS

    ~ WELDING CERTIFICATIONS

    PLEASE NOTE:  COPIES CANNOT BE MADE AT THE HALL

                            PLEASE BRING COPIES WE CAN KEEP.  THANK YOU.

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    Terms of the Apprenticeship: Boilermaker’s Local One Apprenticeship Program requires, at a minimum, the following every six months: completion of 6 written self-study lessons, On the job training modules and passing a written exam. 

    To graduate to journeyman boilermaker status, you must complete a minimum 6000 hours of on the job training and you must attend, participate, and complete a minimum of 150 hours per year of classroom instruction.

    Boilermaker Apprentice Job Duties:

      1.   Loading and unloading materials.
      2.   Rigging materials for movement.
      3.   Directing crane operators.
      4.   Assembling/disassembling scaffolds and work platforms.
      5.   Changing crane booms
      6.   Inspecting and caring for rigging accessories and equipment.
      7.   Burning and gouging.
      8.   Removing and replacing pressured and non-pressure components.
      9.   Interpreting blueprints.
    10.   Laying out components.
    11.   Erecting support steel beams, columns, high/low pressure components.
    12.   Knowledge of and utilize skills for various welding equipment and processes.
    13.   Aligning and fitting components.
    14.   Welding processes utilized: SMAW, FCAW, GTAW




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