Colorado Sheet Metal Workers

Colorado Sheet Metal Workers

Colorado Sheet Metal Workers perform a wide range of Commercial, Industrial, and Residential Work. Paid Apprenticeships available with jobs!

Application Requirements

• Valid Drivers License • High school Transcript or GED • ASVAB Test

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Colorado Sheet Metal Workers

Apprenticeship FAQs

What Would I be Doing?

Colorado Sheet Metal Workers perform a wide range of Commercial, Industrial, and Residential Work. From Commercial HVAC Fabrication and Installation, to Architectural Sheet Metal Projects, to Custom Metal Projects, to Computer Aided Drafting, to Residential Service, we work on every aspect of a build. We are involved from start to finish and continue to service systems after the buildings are occupied and in service.


How much does it cost?

The Colorado Sheet Metal Workers’ Program is a joint effort by the Workers of SMART Local #9 and the Contractors of SMACNA Colorado. All funding for your education comes from this partnership, which means that in our program, you pay no tuition costs!


How does the apprenticeship work?

You will learn from instructors who work alongside you in the Sheet Metal Industry.

There’s no waiting to go to work. We will match you with one of our numerous Member Contractors so you start making a living and launch your career on day one. There is no waiting to go to work once you are accepted, and many of our Apprentices start working with our Member Contractors before they are accepted into the program.


What is a Typical Work Week Like?

Apprentices typically work Monday through Friday. Our 1st Year Apprentices attend classes after work, normally on Mondays and Fridays. After that, our 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Year Apprentices take their Core Classes one day every other week during the normal workday, and get paid their normal salary to be in class. They also take their Major/Minor Classes after work during the week.

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