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|Apprenticeship: Roofing Certificate
Total Units: 5
Upon successful completion of this program, the student will be able to:
The Skills Certificate in Apprenticeship: Roofing may be hard work, but it is also very rewarding, particularly for those individuals who are willing to learn and grow as a professional craftsperson. Many apprentice roofers who have moved through apprenticeship have become highly compensated foremen of their own crews with good companies, others have grown into successful roofing contractors or consultants, and some have even come back to the classroom as IRCC trainers. The sky is the limit.
Roofing has become increasingly technical and demanding. Skilled workers are sought after and command competitive wages and job security. The IRCC’s apprenticeship program for roofers helps you develop those skills, combining classroom instruction with hands-on field exercises and a variety of audio-visual aids.
- Describe and demonstrate roofing principles and regulations related to the roofing trade.
- Apply best practices in practical environment related to the roofers' trade.
- Qualify for a completion certificate in First Aid training
The requirements for the Apprenticeship: Roofing Certificate program are:
|Apprenticeship: Roofing - complete 5.00 units|
|APED 350.1||Apprentice Roofers, Module 1||0.50|
|APED 350.2||Apprentice Roofers, Module 2||0.50|
|APED 350.3||First Aid for Roofers, Module 3||0.50|
|APED 350.4||Apprentice Roofers, Module 4||0.50|
|APED 350.5||Apprentice Roofers, Module 5||0.50|
|APED 350.6||Apprentice Roofers, Module 6||0.50|
|APED 350.7||Apprentice Roofers, Module 7||0.50|
|APED 350.8||Maintenance, Repair and Roofing, Module 8||0.50|
|APED 350.9||Apprentice Roofers, Module 9||0.50|
|APED 350.10||Apprentice Roofers, Module 10||0.50|
The requirements for this program of study are effective beginning the semester shown above. If you began working on this program before the effective semester, you may not be affected by the changes. Consult with the program contact person or the department chair to determine your eligibility to complete the program under previous requirements.
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