Not only do union sheet metal workers earn double the income of the average construction worker, but over 80 percent of the construction contractors and shop owners operating in the sheet metal industry today began their careers as a union sheet metal apprentice.   
Famous icons such as the New Year’s Eve ball in Times Square, the flame atop the Statute of Liberty and Charles Lindbergh’s Spirit of St Louis were fabricated and installed by union sheet metal workers.  
The modern sheet metal industry has a serious need for more skilled and highly motivated workers.  SMART has over 170 Joint Apprenticeship Training Centers (JATCs) located throughout the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico to meet the challenges of a rapidly growing and changing industry. Each year, thousands of new apprentices enlist at these local facilities for a chance at a rewarding career.    New apprentices get on the job training in conjunction with classroom learning.  This combination provides you with an apprenticeship that not only teaches you new occupational skills, but it also arms you with the latest and most cutting edge technology and tools that will take you wherever you want to go.  
Visit the Sheet Metal International Training Institute to start a new, rewarding career in one of North America’s most dynamic industries.  Nowhere else will you be able to earn while you learn.

You can also contact us for more information on starting a career in the sheet metal industry.














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