How to build an ironmaker
By David H. Warren | 04/18/2015 06:08:49It’s not just about the tools, but also the skills.
The steelmaking industry has long been a highly skilled industry, but there’s no shortage of skills, experts say.
The key is finding a company that can teach you the trade.
Ironmakers build products from raw materials and then sell them.
In recent years, however, demand has slowed as more companies focus on producing industrial-grade products, such as steel and aluminum.
So the next time you hear the term “ironmaker,” think about how much more time and money is being spent on education.
Ironmakers need to learn about how to do their jobs.
They need to understand what it takes to do it right.
They also need to work together with others to develop a strong and long-lasting relationship.
The ironmaker can be a great resource.
If you’re looking for a great place to learn and grow, look no further than the U.S. Iron & Forge Academy, a private, nonprofit school based in Virginia.
“Ironmaking is a unique skill that’s very hard to find,” said Mark B. Smith, vice president of marketing and sales for the school.
“You can’t get it in a traditional business school, so it’s a great opportunity to take advantage of the skills.”
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Smith says the academy offers an introduction to the trade for students who want to pursue it full time.
“It’s like starting a business school,” he said.
The school also provides training and guidance for students and employees, and offers a variety of classes on the topic, including ironmaking basics.
Smith also says the school has a number of resources, such an in-person course and online courses.
“The people at the school have an incredible passion for ironmaking,” Smith said.
“We’ve also got a program that is open to anyone who wants to get into ironmaking.
They have a training program that has a lot of training in the areas of the craft.
It’s just a great way to get an education in a safe and secure environment.”
The academy is located at 810 N. Main St., Suite 105, Alexandria, VA 22314, and is open daily from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday.
The Iron & Fireworks, a non-profit organization, offers courses and programs at a variety to ironworkers.
The program is available online and can be found at www.ironfireworks.org.
Smith said he’s always been fascinated by how people learn and build.
“It’s one of the great passions of my life,” he says.
“I’m really glad to be able to share my passion and learn from some of the best people in the world.”