SHEET METAL WORKER
What is a Sheet Metal Worker?
Sheet metal work is an extremely varied trade. Sheet metal workers build interior and exterior architectural work, food service kitchen systems, material handling systems and air handling systems for heating, ventilating and air conditioning.
The sheet metal trade is one of the few modern trades in which the skilled individual takes the raw product, interprets the design drawing, makes the shop drawing, develops the pattern, fabricates the item, installs and maintains it.
What are the program specifics?
· Length of program – 5 years
· A minimum of 162 hours of classroom
related instruction each year
· Starting pay – 42.5% journeyman wage
How do I qualify?
· At least 18 years of age
· Possess a high school diploma or GED
· Have a valid Driver’s License
What will be helpful to succeed?
· Employment as a pre-apprentice
· Good work ethics
· Good attendance
· Good reading ability
· Math skills – algebra, geometry and trigonometry
· Mechanical drawing and blueprint reading
Where do I apply?
Gary Shinkle, Training Coordinator
Sheet Metal Workers JATC
1579 Summit Road, Room 114
Cincinnati, Ohio 45227
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