Combination of shop work and construction site work. Use shop fabrication machinery. Outdoor work may require working from ladders and scaffolding.
- High school diploma, GED or equivalency
- Physically capable of performing the trade
- Recommended high school courses: General Math, Shop Math, Algebra, Geometry, Mechanical and Architectural Drawing, General Sciences, Shop Courses, and Computer Courses
- Pass Accuplacer testing
Terms of Apprenticeship
- Five year program
- 9,000 hours of on-the-job training
- 500 hours of paid related classroom instruction
- 300 hours of non-paid related instruction to include First Aid, Welding, OSHA 10+, etc.
For information please contact:
Apprenticeship Training Representative
Bureau of Apprenticeship Standards
International Association of, Sheet Metal, Air, Rail & Transportation Workers'
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