Starting a Career as a Field Construction Boilermaker

Making a Career Decision?

Deciding to become a field construction boilermaker apprentice may be the single most important decision of your life. The following information will explain the job responsibilities, requirements, challendges, and experiences of a boilermaker.

Apprentice Competition 2009

Apprentice Competition 2009

Boilermaker work demands a high degree of technical skill and knowledge, a dedication to excellence, a willingness to study and complete on-the-job training, and an ability to travel from job site to job site to maintain employment.

Today’s field construction boilermaker apprentice is involved in more than just the construction of boilers. Apprentices are a vital part of construction project teams that erect pressure vessel assemblies and fabricate metal plate. You could be involved in the installation of a giant superheater section in a large utility boiler, the erection of a 750,000-gallon water storage tank, the placement of a nuclear power plant reactor dome, or the construction of components on a hydroelectric power station.

What Do Boilermaker Apprentices Do on the Job?
Consider These Facts Carefully:
Is Boilermaking Really the Job for You?

Only available the 1st Wednesday of every month, between 1pm & 5pm at the Spokane union hall.
(Or by mail, with a completed Apprentice Application Request form)

Brotherhood National Joint Apprenticeship Program
Over 100 Years of Progress
Founded – 1881

Check out the Amazing Pay & Benefit Packages received by Boilermakers.

(You should have some welding training/experience before applying for Apprenticeship.)

SCC – Welding & Fabrication Technology

Anvil Welding Instruction

Columbia Basin College – Welding Technology