Sheet Metal Worker

   
Sheet Metal Workers are in demand!   

The Sheet Metal Worker program provides you with the skills and abilities to fabricate, assemble and install products made of durable and lightweight metals that in industry would become roofs, siding for buildings, heating and air conditioning vents, cabinets, kitchen counters, shelves, parts of vehicles, road signs and almost anything else you can image.  

Did you know Industry is struggling to find qualified workers!  

Find out if a career as a Sheet Metal Worker is for you:

SHOP OPEN HOUSE
NOV. 28, 6-8pm

Trades Training Atrium 
K
elowna Campus, 1000 KLO Rd

  • Talk to industry, instructors and students
  • Check out the tools and equipment of the trade
  • View projects and  layouts 
  • Schedule a "Student for a Day" opportunity 

    Start your training April 2, 2018 and be job ready after 20 weeks! 


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Program Details:  20 weeks (5 months)
Monday - Thursday, 7:30 a.m. - 3:45pm

Outcomes:  
Upon successful completion of the program students will receive credit for Level One Technical Training and 350 work-based hours towards completion of Sheet Metal Worker apprenticeship.
 
Employment Opportunities:  Sheet Metal Workers find jobs with Air Conditioning and Heating Contracting Firms; Residential, Commercial and Industrial Construction Firms and Independent Heating and Air Conditioning Shops. 
  

Location:  Kelowna Campus

Training Schedule: Intake Dates

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Be in demand - train to be a Sheet Metal Worker!

Build much needed equipment for hospitals, restaurants and industry to name a few.

Be a Sheet Metal Workers and be in demand

More and more women are realizing a career as a Sheet Metal Worker

Sheet Metal Worker Red Seal Journeyman can travel anywhere in the world. Create Tool boxes, BBQ's, Ventilation Hoods, Ducting and so much more.

Recommended Student Characteristics and physical activities of the program.