1.  Be at least 18 years of age.


2.  Possess a High School Diploma or G.E.D. or H.S.E.


3.  Possess a valid Drivers License.


4.  Provide copies of the following documents at the time of application:

     a.  Birth Certificate.

     b.  High School Diploma or G.E.D. or H.S.E

     c.  High School and College Grade Transcripts

     d.  Military Release Papers DD-214 (if applicable)

     e.  Proof of Previous Sheet Metal experience (if Applicable)


5.  Pass a Basic Math and Reading Competency Exam administered by the Committee

     (applicant will be notified by mail as to date of testing).


6.  Appear before the JATC board for an oral interview.


7.  Those applicants selected are subject to a Substance Abuse Test; and possession of

     a Valid Nevada Driver's License prior to being indentured into the apprenticeship

     program.


8.  Must also have the desire and aptitude to listen, learn and work with your hands

     and mind.

APPLICANTS MUST MEET THE FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS

Benefits Under Union


Medical, Vision, Dental, Prescription Plan, Pension Plans (Local and International), 401K, Apprenticeship Fund, and Industry Promotion..

Physical Demands


Medium work:  Should be able to lift, carry, push or pull up to 50 pounds; frequent lifting or carrying up to 25 pounds.  Should be able to climb, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, crawl, reach, feel and see.

Sheet Metal JATC

2540 Marco Street

Las Vegas, NV  89115-4518

Office:  702-632-3014

Fax:     702-632-3018

Web:  Sheet Metal Apprenticeship

Working Conditions


Both inside and outside, with exposure to excessive noise and vibration, which, if endured daily could cause bodily harm.  The work varies considerable, depending upon the installation.  Often the work must be prepared in a shop and then carried to the job for installation.  Must work from ladders and scaffolds, sometimes from awkward positions.

Sheet Metal Worker

Applications accepted in person on the 1st Tuesday of Each Month.

HELP +1.702.452.8809

Nature of Work


Fabricates and install and service architectural sheet metal, kitchen equipment, ductwork and equipment for heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems.  They work with materials including galvanized, copper aluminum, brass, and specialty materials.

Apprenticeship

"Your Key 

To The Future"

Training Duration


5 years of related instruction.

College Accredited Classes.

8000 hours of on-the-job training.

941 total minimum classroom hours in the apprentice program.

Class consist of math, layout fabrication, blueprint drawing and reading, welding, CADD, and various other classes.