This 20-week (600-hour) program provides students with little or no previous experience in the sheet metal trade with the necessary skills to seek employment in that industry as an apprentice sheet metal worker. Upon successful completion of the program students will receive credit for Level One Technical Training and 350 work-based hours towards completion of Sheet Metal Worker apprenticeship.
The program exposes students to aspects of residential, commercial and industrial systems in this trade with a focus on developing practical skills. The curriculum follows the Industry Training Authority guidelines for the first-year in-class components of the Sheet Metal Worker Apprenticeship.
B.C. secondary school graduation, or equivalent, or 19 years of age and out of secondary school for at least one year as of the first day of classes.
A minimum of 50% in any of:
The ABLE mathematics test scores are only good for two (2) years.
Applicants who have not satisfied the Math requirement within the last seven (7) years must write the ABLE Mathematics test and must receive a minimum of 50%.
Program Schedule: Start times vary (20 weeks)
Textbooks: $350 approximately
Material Fee: $240
An overall average of 70% calculated on a weighted percentage, based on time allocation.
Trades and Apprenticeship
Fees include all mandatory fees: Activity fee, Health & Dental, Student Association fee, Education Technology fee, Development fee.
This program is student loan eligible.
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Okanagan College Calendar: Printed 11/20/2019