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Joint Apprentice Training Committee Sheet Metal Workers, Local Union 28


The Joint Apprentice Training Committee Sheet Metal Workers, Local Union 28, an NCCRS member since December 1993, operates a training program for men and women who wish to become journey person sheet metal workers.

The journey person sheet metal workers are responsible for the drafting, shop fabrication, field installation and maintenance of all types of heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems and all types of architectural sheet metal fabrication and installation in residential, commercial and industrial buildings in the five boroughs of New York City and Nassau/Suffolk Counties on Long Island.

Candidates for apprenticeship are required to successfully complete a 240 hour, six-month pre-indenture course of study prior to their indenture as apprentices. Individuals indentured into the Apprentice Program must attend related training classes for a period of five years for 160 hours per year. Courses are designed to sequentially improve apprentices’ skill levels in math, drafting, blueprint reading, shop layout and fabrication, and welding. All apprentices are required to pass a competency test for each year of training before moving on to the next level.

Students and admissions representatives please note: NCCRS does not provide transcripts. Transcript requests and inquiries should be directed to the organization offering the courses, examinations or apprenticeship. See the Source of Official Student Records in the sidebar near the top right side of this page.

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Director of Training
139-20 Jamaica Avenue
Regional Training Center
Jamaica, NY 11435
United States

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