about the training
Local 167 Apprenticeship has been a registered Training Program with the U.S. Department of Labor since May 13, 1968. During that time we have continued to offer the opportunity for individuals looking to learn a professional skill as a Ironworker.
1st year Applicants (those with no experience in the field of Iron Work)1. Valid driver’s license2. Birth Certificate / must be eighteen years of age3. High school diploma or GED4. Social Security Card5. Veterans may supply copy of DD214.6. Be physically able to perform the work of the trade. This includes but not limited to the ability to climb and work at great heights.7. Available to work anywhere within Local 167’s jurisdiction.(see map Local 167 jurisdiction)8. DRUG FREE, (drug test will be given prior to acceptance) ADDITIONAL INFOLocated in Memphis Tennessee for over a 100 years Ironworkers Local 167 has been building the bridges, buildings, schools, factories, power plants, hospitals, stadiums and other structures in the tri-states area of West Tennessee, East Arkansas and Northern Mississippi. Local 167 Apprentices have worked all over the Mid-South Area from projects ranging from the Memphis Pyramid, Hernando de Soto Bridge, AutoZone Park and Desoto Civic Center just to mention a few.