Why Sheet Metal Worker Apprenticeship?
The four-year certificate program offers students occupational training under the sponsorship of the local Joint Apprenticeship Committee. Students receive classroom instruction, shop training and job experience in sheet metal work.
Upon completion of the certificate and required job training, graduates may find employment working as skilled sheet metal workers in areas such as commercial building construction, industrial duct fabrication and installation, and kitchen equipment fabrication and installation.
The four-year associate degree program offers student apprentices the opportunity to complete the coursework needed for an associate degree, which will prepare graduates for career advancement.
Sheet Metal Worker Apprenticeship, A.S. (379)
This Associate's degree program enables students enrolled in the CCAC certificate for sheet metal apprentices to continue with their education and complete the coursework needed for an Associate's degree.
Sheet Metal Worker Apprenticeship, Certificate (391.1)
Graduates will have had classroom, shop training and job experience hours in sheet metal work. Upon completion of the CCAC certificate and the job experience hours required by the Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training, they can find employment doing industrial duct fabrication and installation, as architectural sheet metal workers, energy managers for green technology or in kitchen equipment fabrication and installation. They may also work in commercial building construction as skilled sheet metal workers.