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The Northern Nevada Apprenticeship Coordinators Association has been selected by the Reno Awards Program for the 2013 award in Employment Training Services classification.
What do insulators do?
Insulators apply insulation and protective finishes on high and low-temperature surfaces found in steam plants, on air conditioning units, and on refrigeration equipment. Typical job locations are refineries, powerhouses, food processing plants, high-rise buildings, hospitals, and schools. During their apprenticeship, apprentices become proficient at sheet metal layout, blueprint reading, fabrication and application of industry products.
This is a four-year program located in Benicia, Calif. in the San Francisco Bay Area. The pay range is as follows: Northern Nevada apprentices starting wage is $15/hour and journey level workers earn more than $37 hour. Additional benefits like medical, dental and vision insurance and a retirement pension increase the total wage value. Applications are taken year ‘round on the second Monday of each month, from 9:00 a.m.-2 p.m. (except for noon-1 p.m.) at two locations. Reno: 1895 Donald St., Unit B, and Benicia: 3801 Park Rd., Benicia, Calif.
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