Scaffold Intermediate Course
The Scaffold Intermediate Course is for carpenters or scaffold erectors with 2500- 4999 hours of scaffold experience and who have successfully completed the Introduction to Scaffold. The classroom component consists of review of rules and regulations as well as introduction of any new changes or developments in the industry. Hazard awareness is reviewed. There is an introduction to scaffold blueprint reading and shop drawings and estimating of materials. Math topics include area and perimeter and circles and triangles. Load requirements and load capacities are covered. Knots are reviewed and practiced. The practical portion, approximately 70% covers buttresses, cantilevers, beams, putlogs and building around circular vessels. There is no frame component in the intermediate course.