ITI's Industrial Curriculum covers all the skills needed to work in an industrial sheet metal job site. By mixing class work, projects and on-the-job training, ITI training creates a well-rounded professional, thoroughly familiar with critical safety techniques and effective work practices.
Instructors are veteran industry professionals. Hands-on instruction, using state-of-the-art tools and equipment, is how apprentices learn. Textbooks include the most up-to-date information about the trade and the classroom is a learning laboratory, giving apprentices valuable experiences that will be used on the job. At the same time, apprentices work in the trade, earning and learning alongside skilled journeymen, which leads to a greater understanding of how class work applies in the real world.
Welding is a critical component in thousands of structures that require specialized sheet metal including containment vessels, clean rooms, fume hoods, pipelines, ships, air craft and thousands of other applications. ITI's Welding Curriculum is rigorous and certification requirements are strict and demanding. The welding curriculum instructs on the appropriate application and techniques of each welding process along with the math and science behind it. Training includes the fundamentals of metallurgy, uses of specialized equipment and the importance of safe practices and safety equipment. Students who successfully complete the course will be fully prepared for the certification tests that are required of journeyman sheet metal welding technicians.
ITI apprenticeship blends hands-on practical work experience with classroom time and projects that challenge creativity. ITI's Core Curriculum provides a complete overview of all aspects of sheet metal work. Instructors are industry professionals, graduates of the same kind of training. Classrooms are state of the art labs, fully equipped with the same tools and instruments that are used every day on the job. Textbooks and teaching aids include the latest technology and practical applications. Practical knowledge is reinforced by hands-on experience, under the direction of the foremost leaders in the industry.
ITI’s training program makes it easier to master:
Math is just another tool in your box. That's why ITI's Sheet Metal Math Curriculum is presented in a practical framework that enables students to easily understand its application. Measuring, calculating and figuring are often used on the job, so much so that it becomes second nature. Students learn the tricks of the trade for using math in everyday tasks like calculating angles and curves, figuring areas and volumes, and establishing heat loads.
At some point, apprentices and journeymen may want more responsibility and bigger rewards. Foreman training is available and the curriculum builds leadership skills, develops management techniques, and enables students to motivate others.
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Through ITI's program of continuing professional development, apprentices can become journeymen, who can become foremen that manage projects, supervise shops or become superintendents. Experience in any of these roles is great preparation for individuals who want to one day own their own company. With ITI training, the sky is the limit.