APR 270 - Architectural Sheet Metal
Designed for Oregon state-recognized apprentices employed in the sheet metal trade. Students will study architectural sheet metal in the context of today's industry. The course will include discovery of various types of materials, profiles of roofing panels, water conductors, various types of roof flashings, related trades that are integral with this trade. The philosophy of layout in the field and the application of actual installations, safety equipment and practices applicable to this trade are also discussed.
Upon successful completion of this course, the student should be able to:
1. Interpret blueprint drawings and designs related to architectural sheet metal applications.
2. Identify the processes needed to fabricate and install architectural sheet metal products.
3. Understand various methods to create a water tight environment as related to architectural sheet metal applications.
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