- When will apprentice applications be available?
- After the grandfathering process, how do I qualify for a J-1 unrestricted journeyperson license?
- After the grandfathering process, how do I qualify for a J-2 restricted journeyperson license?
- After the grandfathering process, how do I qualify for a master license?
- What if I have similar trade experience that doesn't exactly meet the Board's requirements?
- What are the work limitations of the J-2 restricted license?
- What are the journeyperson-to-apprentice ratio requirements for the J-2 restricted license?
- What are the journeyperson-to-apprentice ratio requirements for the J-1 license?
- If I perform duct cleaning do I need a sheet metal license?
- Are permits and inspections required?
- What are the requirements for an instructor license?
- When will instructor license applications be available?
- What are the requirements for a school license?
- When will school license applications be available?
- When will Business licenses applications be available?
- What are the requirements for a Business license?
- What are the duties of the Responsible Craftsman?
- Do I need to submit proof of my occupational license from another state?
- Do I need to apply for my Journeyperson grandfather license before I can apply for my Master grandfather license?
- Do I need to submit copies of old W-2's, paystubs, tax records, etc to provide proof of employment?
The apprentice applications will be available during the one year grandfathering process with plans for apprenticeship classes to start in September 2010.
8000 hours of sheet metal experience over five years, 750 of related classroom/shop instruction and successfully pass exam.
4800 hours of sheet metal experience over three years, 450 hours of related classroom/shop training and successfully pass exam.
Completing the 40-hour master's course and successfully passing the exam will allow licensees to upgrade from J-1 to M-1 or J-2 to M-2.
You can submit written requests to the Board for equivalent training and/or education to be considered towards licensure.
Residential dwellings 3-stories or less and commercial projects 2-stories or less and up to 10,000 total square feet.
All work performed with a J-2 restricted license can be completed with a 1:1 journeyperson-to-apprentice ratio.
The allowable number of apprentices to journeypersons employed on a project is as follows: (1:1), (2:2), (2:3), (2:4), (3:5), (3:6), (3:7), (4:8), (4:9), (4:10), etc.
No, but any dismantling, alteration, repair of ductwork or installation of any access doors required should be performed by a licensed sheet metal worker.
Yes, as of 2/19 /2011 permits will be required in the city or town where you will be performing sheet metal work. Please note, cities and towns may implement the permitting process prior to 2/19/2011 at their discretion. Also, permits will be required for state projects as of 2/19/2011 and will be issued from this office.
An applicant must be of good moral character, have a high school diploma or equivalent, be a licensed journeyperson, and have 7-years of sheet metal experience.
Instructor applications should be available by May 1, 2010.
Schools must submit curriculum, floor plans, occupancy permits, itemization of tuition and fees and copies of student contracts. Refer to application and regulation for additional information.
School applications should be available by May 1, 2010.
Business licenses should be available by July 1, 2010.
Businesses must submit certificates of liability insurance and articles of organization. All partners in a partnership or LLP must be Master Sheet Metal Worker. Each corporation shall have at least one master Sheet Metal Worker as a corporate officer and the corporation shall designate a Master Sheet Metal Worker as its Responsible Craftsman. Each LLC must designate a Master Sheet Metal Worker as the manager; this individual will be the Responsible Craftsman. Refer to application and regulation for additional information.
The Responsible Craftsman is a licensed Master Sheet Metal Worker who assumes the duties and accepts the responsibilities associated with being the ultimate, regulated, professional authority within a business entity.
Do I need to submit proof of my occupational license from another state?
Yes, you will need to contact the licensing authority in the state or jurisdiction you are licensed in and request a certificate of standing or certificate of verification and submit it to the Board in the original unopened envelope.
Do I need to apply for my Journeyperson grandfather license before I can apply for my Master grandfather license?
No, you can immediately apply for the Master license if you meet the requirements.
Do I need to submit copies of old W-2's, paystubs, tax records, etc to provide proof of employment?
No, only if the Board requests that you provide additional information. The application and employment verification affidavit is all that is required. Applicants may submit a one page letter to further describe their employment history, trade knowledge and background if they choose.
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