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Program Overview

Besides making a great living, what do sheet metal workers actually do? Find out everything you need to know about Local 9.

Better Than College? You Decide.

WHAT YOU'LL DO

Sheet Metal Workers' Local 9

Sheet metal workers will use a variety of sheet metal products used in the construction industry to design, fabricate, assemble, install and repair sheet metal products. A variety of career opportunities are available including HVAC designers and technicians; welders – helping to build our schools and hospitals; Testing, Adjusting and Balancing (TAB) technicians – working to achieve proper operation of HVAC systems; fire life safety professionals – ensuring our buildings are safe places to work and live; CAD designers – crafting and creating the building systems that keep occupants safe, comfortable and breathing clean air and service technicians – keeping our buildings operating efficiently.

WHAT YOU'LL MAKE...

 

  • Sheet Metal Apprentice: $16.35/hr - $26.44/hr+
  • Sheet Metal Journeyman: $32.69/hr - $36.06/hr+
  • Sheet Metal General Foreman: $36.06/hr - $39.42/hr+
 
 
“I make more money than a lot of my friends who went to college!”

 

Most apprentices interested in going on to obtain their Associate’s Degree can do so with just a few extra classes.

 

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