Sheet Metal Worker Instructor Needed
We would like to thank Greg Rodgers for his many years of dedication to the education of sheet metal workers across the province, Greg is retiring this summer and the Ontario Sheet Metal Workers Training Centre is looking for a replacement.
We are looking for an individual that is self-motivated, knowledgeable and experienced.
• 5 to 10 years in the 308A sheet metal trade
• Welding background is an asset
• Teaching experience is an asset
• Vast knowledge of layout, shop fabrication, field installation, mathematics, sheet metal theory and welding theory
• Comfortable working with power point, word and excel
• Estimating or supervisory role is an asset
• Delivering course curriculum in classroom and shop settings
• Tutoring and academic counseling of apprentices while evaluating progress and achievements
• Overall grading and assessments of apprentices within assigned courses
• Developing individualized instruction and multimedia presentations into the learning process where applicable
• Incorporating technology into lesson planning
• Attending periodic upgrading courses
• Helping with various sheet metal competitions at the provincial and national level
Start Date May 1st 2019
We would like all resumes to be sent in by March 15th 2019.
Phone: 905 829-5655 x 23
The apprentice intake is now closed.
Please watch our site for the next test dates.
Thank you for your interest.
SMWIA, Local 30 Local Joint Apprenticeship Committee
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Please visit the News section to see the Joint Recommendation and Letter of Understanding regarding Safety Training.
Attack on Skilled Trades, Schedule 17 of Bill 70
As we are all aware the Liberal Government it trying to weaken the College of Trades ability to enforce.
A link below bring you to a petition voicing our disapproval of these changes.
Please consider signing the petition!
Local 30 is pleased to offer our members discounts for Great Wolf Lodge, Ripley’s Aquarium and Falls Avenue Resort. Please go to our news section to view the flyers!
De Novo After Care Meetings
Starting Thursday February 23, 2017 a 12 step discussion meeting starting 7:30 pm will be held at our union hall 190 Milner Avenue, Toronto.
If you, a coworker or family member have a problem with drugs or alcohol this might be for you,come through side door.The meeting will last one hour.
The Barrie Monthly Meeting Has changed Locations.
As of March 14, 2017 the Barrie Monthly meeting will be held at the Barrie Union Office, 106 Saunders Road Unit 2a, Barrie at 7:30pm.
We look forward to seeing you at the meeting!
Sheet Metal Workers’ & Roofers’
Local Union 30
Local 30 was chartered as a local of the Sheet Metal Workers’ International Association in 1896. Following a merger with another trade union in the United States, the name of the union was changed to International Association of Sheet Metal, Air, Rail and Transportation Workers (SMART) in 2011. Currently, Local 30 has approximately 3500 members working in the sheet metal, roofing and siding and decking industries in the Greater Toronto Area. Our skilled tradesmen and women work primarily in the ICI sector of the construction industry, both on job sites and in production shops.
Solidarity & Craftsmanship
Workers in the production sector fabricate a variety of metal products, primarily for installation on construction projects. Production
A roofers are skilled trades people who install waterproof membrane on a buildings with flat or sloped deck made of wood, steel or concrete. Roofing
Workers and those they work for both need to have 100% protection throughout the job process. Sheet Metal Workers’ and Roofers’ Local 30 provides that and more!President - J.R. White