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A Nationally Designated Trade Under the Inter-provincial Red Seal Program

The Sheet Metal trade consists of a wide variety of areas that you could be employed in. Sheet Metal work includes the following: heating, ventilation, and air conditioning in residential, commercial and industrial settings. Other specialized areas include stainless steel, industrial exhaust systems, architectural work and roofing.

Hands on training
Being employed in Sheet Metal can be both challenging and lucrative. You could be working in a shop environment, working on a job site or both.

Our Programs

The Sheet Metal Worker Foundation program prepares students for entry-level employment in the trade. Basic theory along with hands on shop practise enable students to become competent in fabricating and installing basic sheet metal products and systems. 
Some of the responsibilities of a sheet metal worker include:

  • Reading blueprints and specifications
  • Layout and fabrication
  • Installation of sheet metal systems
  • Altering existing systems
  • Welding

The Sheet Metal Apprenticeship program is for persons already indentured with the Industry Training Authority. All apprentices must fulfill their technical training at ITA approved institutions.