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Sheet Metal 1:

This course consists of 159 classroom hours covering the following areas: Basic Safety; Introduction to Construction Math; Introduction to Hand Tools; Introduction to Power Tools; Introduction to Construction Drawings; Basic Rigging; Basic Communication Skills; Basic Employability Skills; Introduction to Materials Handling; Introduction to the Sheet Metal/ HVAC Trades; Basic Safety; Introduction to Hand Tools; Introduction to Power Tools; Introduction to M.G.L. c. 112, s. 237-251 and 271 CMR; Basic Rigging; Introduction to Materials Handling; Basic Communication and Employability Skills; Introduction to Construction Math; Introduction to Construction Drawings; Tools of the Trade and Installation of Ductwork.


Sheet Metal 2 (Hands-on):

This course consists of 159 classroom hours covering the following areas: Safety Review; Trade Math 104; Shop Production and Organization; Installation of Air Distribution Accessories; Air Systems; Duct Fabrication Standards; Introduction to Layout; Fabrication I – Parallel Line Development; Fabrication II – Radial Line Development; and Hands-on Shop Fabrication.


Sheet Metal 3 (Hands-on):

This course consists of 159 classroom hours covering the following areas: Trade Math II; Introduction to Supervisory Skills; Air Properties and Distribution; Principles of Airflow; Air Testing and Balancing; Fabrication III – Triangulation; Plans and Specifications; and Hands-on Shop Fabrication.


Sheet Metal 4 (Hands-on):

This course consists of 159 classroom hours covering the following areas: Massachusetts Uniform Sheet Metal Code; Trade Math III – Field Measuring; Comprehensive Plan and Specification Reading; Soldering; Architectural Sheet Metal; Louvers, Dampers and Access Doors; Fabrication IV – Comprehensive Review; and Hands-on Shop Fabrication.


Sheet Metal 5 (Hands-on):

This course consists of 159 classroom hours covering the following areas: Trade Math – Estimating; Fume Exhaust Design; Introduction to Welding, Brazing and Cutting; Advanced Architectural Sheet Metal; Hands-on Shop Fabrication; and Exam Review and Preparation.


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Medford  |   North Adams  |  Plymouth
 Springfield | Taunton |  Westfield




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The Massachusetts Chapter of Associated Builders and Contractors (ABCMA) is the largest
construction trade association in the Commonwealth, representing over 480 local general
contractor, subcontractor, supplier and associate companies. These companies employ more
than 22,000 workers throughout Massachusetts.



 

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