Sheet Metal Worker

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  • School of Industrial Trades
  • Program Length: 34 Weeks
  • Start Date: September

  • Offered At: Burin
  • Seal Cove - Start Date Varies



This is an Industrial Trades program and may have an Apprenticeship Block Training Schedule



Imagine any use for almost any kind of metal – and a Sheet Metal Worker will likely not be far away. From heating, ventilating and air conditioning systems to flashing and roof drainage systems to pollution control systems and metal cabinetry, the variety of products these workers fabricate and repair is truly endless. If you are looking for a dynamic building trade that is constantly evolving then take a look at the Sheet Metal Worker program at College of the North Atlantic.

Sheet metal workers are skilled in projects involving heating, ventilation and air conditioning of commercial buildings and private homes. They are also trained in the Testing, Adjusting and Balancing of mechanical systems as well as the servicing of them.

Sheet metal workers work in both the field and in the shop utilizing mathematics and pattern layout development methods to cut, bend, and shape sheets of metal. They utilize specialized fastening devices such as bolts, rivets, screws and solder. Sheet Metal workers use hand and power tools as well as ultramodern laser and plasma cutters and a variety of computerized equipment.

If you are a creative person who enjoys working with their hands then the Sheet Metal Worker Program at College of the North Atlantic can put you on a fantastic career path.


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