Sheet Metal Worker Apprenticeship

A Sheet Metal Worker is a person who lays out, fabricates, assembles, welds, installs, and services the following: ducting, spouting, fittings cabinets, gutters, copings, flashings, supporting devices, wall systems, building envelope, ornamental work and integral equipment associated with the blowpipe, air pollution, heating, ventilating, air-conditioning, roofing, restaurant, kitchen, marine installations and hospital equipment fields. Apprentices are required to attend a total of 24 weeks of technical training over this 4 year apprenticeship.
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Outcome: Successful completion grants the apprentice with the Certificate of Qualification as a Red Seal Sheet Metal Worker.

Achieving your Red Seal Endorsement (RSE) will provide you with a set of nationally recognized and transferable skills that will provide you with an opportunity for employment across Canada.

All trades offered at Okanagan College lead to the Red Seal

  

     Campus: Kelowna 
                    1000 KLO Rd.

     

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Sheet Metal student working on ducting   Student Crimping Metal