This certificate of apprenticeship program from FTI allows students to learn the fabrication and production of various glass units.
Glassworkers fabricate aluminum doors and manufacture insulated glass units, show doors, mirrors and glass tabletops. Custom fabricate glass, mirror, shower and bath enclosures and architectural aluminum. These finished products are shipped to residential and commercial buildings for installation by the glaziers. Typically glassworkers work in a production or fabricating and manufacturing facility environment working with glass and metal CNC equipment. This program allows an apprentice to develop his/her skills to cut, edge, polish, bevel, and notch glass and mirror. Skills needed to become a Glassworker include manual dexterity, eye-hand coordination, physical fitness and the ability to solve arithmetic problems quickly and accurately also is required.
Recognized and registered with the Department of Labor, students completing these programs will receive a Certificate of Apprenticeship in one of the following areas – Glazier, Glassworker, Coating Application Specialist, Drywall Finisher, or Commercial Painter.
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