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Subject
Sheet Metal Apprentice - ASHM

Course
1GAP

While no outlines currently exist for this course, below are the course learning outcomes/competencies.

Course Learning Outcomes/Competencies

Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:

  • Perform Safety-Related Functions
    • Use personal protective equipment (PPE) and safety equipment
    • Maintain safe work environment
    • Perform lock-out and tag-out procedures
    • Use WHMIS
  • Use and Maintain Tools and Equipment
    • Use hand and portable power tools
    • Use shop tools and equipment
    • Use gas metal arc welding (GMAW) equipment
    • Use shielded metal arc welding (SMAW) equipment
    • Use oxy-fuel and plasma arc welding equipment
    • Use soldering and brazing equipment
    • Use measuring and layout equipment
    • Use stationary and mobile work platforms
    • Use hoisting, rigging and positioning equipment
  • Organize Work
    • Use trade-related documentation
    • Interpret drawings
    • Organize materials and equipment for projects
    • Use mathematics
  • Use Communication and Mentoring Techniques
    • Use communication techniques
  • Perform Pattern Development
    • Develop patterns using simple and straight line methods
    • Develop patterns using parallel line method
    • Develop patterns using parallel line method
    • Develop patterns using radial line development
    • Develop patterns using triangulation method

Fabricate Sheet Metal Components for Air and Material Handling Systems

    • Select materials for trade related products
    • Fabricate ductwork, fittings and components
    • Insulate ductwork, fittings and components
    • Fabricate hanger systems, supports and bases
  • Fabricate Architectural Sheet Metal Products
  • Fabricate Products from Specialty Materials
  • Prepare Installation Site
  • Install and Connect Chimneys, Breeching and Venting to Exhaust Appliances and Mechanical Equipment
  • Install Air Handling System Components
    • Install air handling equipment
    • Install sheet metal ducts, fittings and dampers
    • Install registers, grilles, diffusers and louvers
    • Install residential systems
  • Install Material Handling System Components
  • Apply Thermal Insulation, Lagging, Cladding and Flashing
  • Perform Leak Testing, Air, Balancing and Commissioning
  • Install Metal Roofing and Cladding/Siding Systems
  • Install Exterior Components
  • Install Specialty Products
  • Perform Scheduled Maintenance

Effective as of Spring/Summer 2019

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