Our Program

This apprenticeship program provides sheet metal worker apprentices with the trade skills and theory necessary to design, assemble, and install shop fabricated parts and fulfills the in-class requirements of the apprenticeship program
Latest up-to-date procedures Our Welding courses cover the latest processes and techniques in MIG, TIG and stick welding in steel, stainless and aluminum. .
Long term career prospects Graduates find employment in the construction industry as sheet metal workers installing or fabricating duct work, blow pipe and dust collection systems as well as polished food grade stainless. 

ADDRESS

1981 American Drive Neenah, WI 54956 920 215-6278 coordinator@smart18.org

SUCCESS FACTORS

This program is well-suited for apprentices who:

Enjoy a hands-on approach to learning about the sheet metal industry.

Can work independently.

Are self-reliant and enjoy challenges.

Fox Valley Sheet Metal Apprenticeships
FOX VALLEY SHEET METAL APPRENTICESHIPS
Sheet Metal Workers' Local #18

G

rowth

  

in  

the  

construction  

business  

and  

increasing  

emphasis  

on  

complete

environmental  

control  

ensure  

a  

steady  

demand  

for  

sheet  

metal

workers.  

Modern

buildings  

require  

up-to-date  

heating,  

cooling  

and  

ventilation  

systems,  

many  

of

which   

depend   

upon   

air   

movement   

to   

satisfy   

design   

conditions.   

Fans   

and

connected sheet metal duct work are the heart of such systems.

 

Apprenticeships

Prior to entering the in-class program, sheet metal worker pre-apprentices

typically have worked in the shop and field for approximately one year. 

Apprentices attend one 8hr day a week at our training center in our paid related

instruction.  In the basic, intermediate and advanced levels, Apprentices study

basic design concepts, AutoCAD, drafting and blueprint reading as well as welding. Sixty percent of class time is spent in theory and 40 percent

learning practical, hands-on skills in our training center shop

1981 American Drive   Neenah   WI 54956  Tel: 920 215-6278 coordinator@smart18.org
The aim of the course is an introduction to welding and fabrication applications and techniques in the Sheet Metal Working Industry.  This is a practical course, you layout then fabricate with hands on.

Our Success

Our training center is set up for you to achieve all you will need to know when getting into the Sheet Metal trade. Our program is a 5-year Apprenticeship consisting of 9000 total hours with 512 hours of paid related day class, 330 hours of combined night classes with the remainder on the job training. Our full-time instructors are also Sheet Metal journeymen that have advanced to the instructor portion of their career. Our part time night class instructors are Sheet metal foreman by day and have many years of combined work experience in the industry. Our facility is open 5 days a week from 7:00 to 3:30 for anyone that would like a tour, please don’t hesitate to call and set up an appointment.
Log In Local 18 Wisconsin
The aim of the course is an introduction to welding and fabrication applications and techniques in the Sheet Metal Working Industry.  This is a practical course, you layout then fabricate with hands on.
Sheet Metal Workers' Local #18
Latest up-to-date procedures Our Welding courses cover the latest processes and techniques in MIG, TIG and stick welding in steel, stainless and aluminum.
Long term career prospects

Graduates find employment in the construction industry

as sheet metal workers installing or fabricating duct work,

blow pipe and dust collection systems as well as polished

food grade stainless.

CONTACT

1981 American Drive Neenah, WI 54956 920 215-6278 coordinator@smart18.org www.fvasmapprenticeship.org/

G

rowth

    

in    

the    

construction    

business    

and    

increasing

emphasis    

on    

complete    

environmental    

control    

ensure    

a

steady  

demand  

for  

sheet  

metal  

workers.  

Modern  

buildings

require  

up-to-date  

heating,  

cooling  

and  

ventilation  

systems,

many  

of  

which  

depend  

upon  

air  

movement  

to  

satisfy  

design

conditions.  

Fans  

and  

connected  

sheet  

metal  

duct  

work  

are

the heart of such systems. 

Apprenticeships

Prior to entering the in-

class program, sheet

metal worker pre-

apprentices typically

have worked in the shop

and field for

approximately one year.  Apprentices attend one 8hr day a

week at our training center in our paid related instruction.  In

the basic, intermediate and advanced levels, Apprentices

study basic design concepts, AutoCAD, drafting and blueprint

reading as well as welding. Sixty percent of class time is

spent in theory and 40 percent learning practical, hands-on

skills in our training center shop

Our Program

This   apprenticeship   program   provides   sheet   metal   worker apprentices   with   the   trade   skills   and   theory   necessary   to design,    assemble,    and    install    shop    fabricated    parts    and fulfills     the     in-class     requirements     of     the     apprenticeship program.

Our Success

Our training center is set up for you to achieve all you will need to know when getting into the Sheet Metal trade. Our program is a 5- year Apprenticeship consisting of 9000 total hours with 512 hours of paid related day class, 330 hours of combined night classes with the remainder on the job training. Our full-time instructors are also Sheet Metal journeymen that have advanced to the instructor portion of their career. Our part time night class instructors are Sheet metal foreman by day and have many years of combined work experience in the industry.  Our facility is open 5 days a week from 7:00 to 3:30 for anyone that would like a tour, please don’t hesitate to call and set up an appointment.
Log In Local 18 Wisconsin
The aim of the course is an introduction to welding and fabrication applications and techniques in the Sheet Metal Working Industry.  This is a practical course, you layout then fabricate with hands on.
1981 American Drive   |   Neenah    |   WI 54956   |  920 215-6278
FOX VALLEY SHEET METAL APPRENTICESHIPS
TEL: 920 215-6278
Sheet Metal Workers' Local #18

TRAINING

Practical training with the latest techniques and technologies.

CONTACT

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