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AISC University Programs has entered into an exciting partnership with the Ironworker Management Progressive Action Cooperative Trust (IMPACT) to offer learning opportunities for students at local iron worker training centers to provide a better understanding of the work that ironworkers do. Students can participate in hands-on activities such as welding, cutting, rigging, and climbing columns.
You are encouraged to connect with one of the 150 locations around the country to explore the range of learning opportunities now available. Learn more below!
WHAT SUPPORT CAN IMPACT OFFER?
In addition to offering tours and demonstrations to steel classes, as a supporting affiliate of the Student Steel Bridge Competition (SSBC), iron worker training centers across the country are opening their doors to support SSBC teams. SSBC teams are encouraged to maximize their involvement in the fabrication process, but some may not have access to the necessary resources or facilities on their own campus.
Local training centers may be able to assist teams with one or more of the following:
- Provide welding and other fabrication skills training
- Provide space and access to tools for fabrication
- Allow the team to practice constructing their bridge (approximately 60 ft x 20 ft of space is needed)
HOW DO I FIND A FACILITY?
IMPACT has over 150 iron worker training centers across the country. Find the training center that is closest to you, and contact them! Click the button below to access the list of all locations and their contact information.
(Note that not all training centers are the same, and some may not have adequate space or personnel to assist with your request. If you do not receive a response or if a training center cannot help you, please try a different one.)
Letter Template - You may use this template as a starting point for drafting an email to your local training center to request support for your SSBC team. We recommend that you copy this text into the body of an email.