Sheetmetal Training

Students will receive an introduction to the materials, tools and techniques used in the sheet metal industry as well
as types and uses of hand, layout, and cutting tools along with bending and forming machines. The course includes review of trade math problems involving measurements of lines, area, volume, weight, and geometric fugues and practice of material types and properties along with the principles of layout and metal forming. Following the first course students will study various types of pipe and fittings, principles of soldering roof flashings, gutters, down spouts, and sheet metal duct fabrications. Emphasis on principles and type of fittings for radial line development are discussed and factors that influence bend allowances and calculations necessary for determining proper bend allowances. Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) Sheetmetal credential.

Sheetmetal Training Information

Training Program Competencies:

  • Trainees will demonstrate sheet metal related safety
  • Trainees will identify and use sheet metal hand tools
  • Trainees will identify and use sheet metal power tools
  • Trainees will develop and interpret sheet metal drawings
  • Trainees will prepare and install duct work, sheet metal fittings, lovers, dampers, access doors, and air system components
  • Trainees will develop and layout radial line development
  • Trainees will cut out, bend, and form sheet metal fittings and components

Courses Offered:

  • Sheet metal 1
  • Sheet metal II


Program Cost:

  • Sheet Metal 1 - $575
  • Sheet metal 2 - $575

Alberto Urbina

Sheet-metal Training Information