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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 sheet metal workers do?
Sheet metal workers fabricate sheet metal so that it can be used in a variety of applications. All facets of sheet metal work are covered by this trade including, but not limited to, heating, ventilating and air conditioning, ductwork, skylights, cornice work, lockers, kitchen equipment, metal roofing and siding, and testing and balancing HVAC systems. Sheet metal workers are respected for their quality of workmanship and their safety awareness.
There is one program, which takes four years. Apprentices begin by earning approximately $14/hour and journey level workers begin at about $31/hour. Additional benefits like medical, dental and vision insurance, local and international pensions and a 401k increase the total wage value. Applications are taken as needed at the Sheet Metal Workers Training Facility, 1237 Gator Way, off Glendale Ave via International Place.
For more information contact:
1237 Gator Way, Sparks, NV 89431
or P.O. Box 1342, Sparks, NV 89432
Phone: 775-331-6393 Fax: 775-331-7344
Web: www.sheetmetal-iti.org or www.smwia.org or www.smacna.org
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