Sheet Metal Workers may work in a variety of industries including the residential, commercial and industrial construction and service sectors. This program will teach you to design, layout, fabricate, install, service and repair a variety of sheet metal products and equipment associated with the HVAC (Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning) trade as well as custom Stainless Steel and Architectural features. During your career, you may work with many types of metal including galvanized and black iron, stainless steel, copper, brass, and aluminum. Heavy lifting may be required.
Apprentices may be eligible for financial support.
To enter an apprenticeship, you must have the educational qualifications required for the trade to which you apply. Entrance requirements are monitored by Alberta and Industry Training.
See the Apprentice System of Training to find out about becoming a registered apprentice.
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