Rigging Class

Rigging training instruction provides the apprentices with information necessary to perform rigging operations safely and in a manner that can help to prevent injury to them and their fellow workers. Subjects that are cover include the safe uses of rope, knots, wire rope, slings, crane safety, crane signaling and hoisting. The use of the U.A. manual, manufacture literature, industry video, past and current OSHA information helps to instruct the apprentice to have a good working knowledge of there working environment. Rigging is an essential core course in the training of a skilled U.A. apprentice.   

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Apprenticeship Application Announcement
Wed, Feb 4, 2015

Click Here to get more details on the UA Local 27 2015 Apprenticeship Application Process.


Current list of Required Apprenticeship Training Courses by Year!
Wed, Sep 20, 2006

Each apprentice of Local 27 is required to complete a required set of courses on their way to becoming a journeymen. Click Here to download a pdf file of the course schedule and the Licenses and Certifications that each graduating apprentice will have received.


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