Madison Area Sheet Metal Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee
Sheet Metal workers develop their skills through a historic method of passing skills from one generation to another know as Apprenticeship
Apprenticeship is a combination of On-the-Job and Classroom training.
The Sheet Metal Apprenticeships are operated in conjunction with the Madison Area Technical College (www.madisoncollege.edu) and the EST Apprenticeships are operated in conjunction with the Milwaukee Area Technical College (www.matc.edu)
The Sheet Metal Industry is interested in you, if you:
Have received, or are about to receive a High School Diploma, Equivalency, or GED.
Are, or will soon be, at least 18 years old.
Like working with your hands as well as your head.
Like being challenged and take pride in your work.
Are able to meet the physical requirements of the job, which includes lifting, bending, climbing, working at heights and in confined spaces, and working outdoors and indoors under varying conditions.
Are able to meet the instructional requirements by attending day and evening classes and successfully completing the assigned curriculum which includes mathematical and mechanical related courses.