Apprenticeship Training

ACTA's Apprenticeship Training Program is a contractor's source for top quality apprentices.  To request an apprentice or to find out how to enroll your employees into our program, contact Tony by email at or by phone at 1-888-486-4464 x. 103.

If you are an individual interested in enrolling into our apprenticeship program, please contact Tony as noted above. 


Courses Available

  • Commercial Sheet Metal - Four Year Apprentice Training (Federal and California) - Start Date: August 21st

    (You must be a registered apprentice to enroll in this course - contact ACTA for information on how to become an apprentice)

    This is a 4 yr program that teaches an apprentice how to install, fabricate, read blueprints, and supervise jobs once they become journeymen. Enroll now to learn the skills needed to perform the job.

  • Commercial Sheet Metal (South Carolina) - Start Date: September 6th

    Contractors may qualify for a tax credit for each apprentice enrolled.

    This 4 yr apprenticeship teaches an apprentice how to install, fabricate, read blueprints, and supervise jobs once they become journeymen. Traditional or Condensed training option available!

  • Math Prep Class - Optional Course Before Apprenticeship Entrance Exam

    This is a prep class only - Not an apprenticeship

    Do you need to brush up on your math? ACTA offers a basic trade math prep class for apprentice applicants. This class covers basic math skills such as adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing of whole numbers and fractions, and geometrical formulas.

How our "Live" Online Training Works

On ACTA's Online Campus, every student interacts "live" with their instructor.  Even students with little computer experience find it easy to engage in class activities, go on web field trips with the class, ask questions, and most importantly, learn what they need to know to benefit themselves and their employer.


Structured System of Hands-on Assignments

ACTA partners with contractors to make sure students receive the knowledge and hands-on experience needed to be successful.  

Each year, students receive 96 hours of hands-on training where they take exams, draft fittings and fabricate with an ACTA instructor.


A Journeyman's Card and Certificate of Completion will be awarded to apprentices who successfully complete all class requirements, finish 6500 work hours, and pass the journeyman exit exam.