Journeyman Upgrade Class Schedule

 

The Local lodge is offering Journeyman upgrade classes to make sure that all members of the Local Lodge will be in compliance with the new referral rules eligibility requirements.The International will be rolling out the New National Referral Rules that all Local Lodge members will need to comply with or they will fall off of the primary A list. The tentative requirements from the National Referral Committee are as follows:

1) A current MOST drug screen certification, of a timely chain of custody receipt indicating that a MOST drug screen certification may be issued. Verification of current drug screen certification will be the responsibility of the Local through the offices of MOST.

2)Must have satisfactorily completed MOST OSHA 10 training with refresher training every five (5) years.

3) Two years domicile within the geographical jurisdiction of Local No. 107 unless otherwise directed by the International President or his designated representative.

4) Six thousand (6000) hours of field construction boilermaker experience regardless of geographical jurisdiction where hours were worked or Common Arc Welding certifications meeting the requirements of Article 6.1.1.1.

5) Certified in welding through Common Arc or a signatory Boilermaker employer or meeting the requirements of the approved rigging examination ( hands on ) with a 70% passing grade.

6) Must have satisfactorily completed the approved welding theory or rigging theory examinations with a 70% passing grade.

7) Must have satisfactorily completed the approved blueprint reading and oxy-actylene burning prficiency examination.

8) Must have satisfactorily completed the MOST Rigger Training course.

9) Must have satisfactorily completed the MOST Scaffold Training course.

10) Must have satisfactorily completed the MOST Steel erection ( Sub Part R ) training.

 

 

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******Journeyman proficiency upgrade testing for applicants who have not graduated from the approved apprentice training program will require an approved testing date. This can be done by contacting Rick Wilson at 262-754-1291 to verify a test date when their is a qualified instructor available at the discretion of the hall.

 

We will be having Rigging Modules classes for the apprentices and the journeyman are welcome to attend. If you are in need of any or all of the rigging modules for the Boilermakers Delivery System and the referral status for yourself, please call and make arrangements to attend. These are the only scheduled classes in Wisconsin for the 2017 calendar year at this time.

 

*** These will be completed in one day sessions, please do not be late as when the class starts, those late will be politely asked to leave and attend another session. 

 

Module 1

Monday, February 27, 7 am start time at the Local Lodge training classroom in Brookfield.

Monday, March 6, 7 am start time at the Local Lodge training classroom in Brookfield.

 

Module 2

Tuesday, February 28, 7 am start time at the Local Lodge training classroom in Brookfield.

Tuesday, March 7, 7 am start time at the Local Lodge training classroom in Brookfield.

 

Module 3

Wednesday, January 25, 7 am start time at the Local Lodge training classroom in Brookfield.

Wednesday, April 5, 7 am start time at the Local Lodge training classroom in Brookfield.

 

Module 4

Wednesday, February 15, 7 am start time at the Local Lodge training classroom in Brookfield.

Wednesday, February 22, 7 am start time at the Local Lodge training classroom in Brookfield.

 

There will be two Boilermakers Code training classes held at the training center in Brookfield. These classes will be held on Wednesday February 8 and Thursday February 9th. The start time will be 8 am and the classes will finish about 2 pm on each day. There will be a lunch and drinks served each day and you will get your certificate of completion at the end of each days class. Please call Rick or Abe at 262-754-1291 and secure a seat for one of the two days. 

There will be two field leadership training ( foreman training class ) classes held here at the training facility on June 20th and 21st ( 2 day course ) and a second class on July 18th and 19th ( 2 day class ). You will be required to call and secure a spot for this training and upon completion you will have this recognized on your BDS Profile. If you wish to participate, you must complete both days to get credit and you can call Rick or Abe at 262-754-1291 and let them know which date you plan to attend.