Sheet Metal is a compulsory* Red seal, Inter-provincial trade
Apprenticeships consist of four years of training which include 7200 hours of on-the-job training and 32 weeks of technical training at Saskatchewan Polytechnic, Saskatoon Campus. As an Apprentice member of the Sheet Metal Workers Local 296 the cost of school supplies including tuition, books and drafting kits will be covered via reimbursement upon successful completion of each level.
Apprentice Year 1
- 1500 hours of on the job training and 300 hours (8 weeks) of technical training at Saskatchewan Polytechnic
Apprentice Year 2
- 3600 hours on the job training followed by 8 weeks technical training at Saskatchewan Polytechnic
Apprentice Year 3
- 5400 hours on the job training followed by 8 weeks technical training at Saskatchewan Polytechnic
Apprentice year 4
- 7200 hours on the job training followed by 8 weeks technical training at Saskatchewan Polytechnic. At the end of your 8 weeks of training you will write your interprovincial exam usually on the last day of school
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*A compulsory trade is a trade where you must be a registered apprentice or a certified journeyperson. The compulsory apprenticeship trades are Electrician, Plumber, Refrigeration Mechanic and Sheet Metal Worker. You can work up to, and including, 900 hours (six months) in the trade prior to becoming a registered apprentice.
Prince Albert Area Meeting
Tuesday, Prince Albert Holiday Inn
Saskatoon Area Meeting
Wednesday, Ramada Inn
Regina Area Meeting
Wednesday, Sheet Metal Workers Local Hall
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