As the third course in the Sheet Metal Pathway, the course allows students to master basic sheet metal techniques. This course includes the development of skills in basic trade math. Students will identify, rate, select, and use steel and other metals to develop and fabricate basic sheet metal projects. The course includes basic parallel line development and skills using fasteners, hangers, and other support systems. Minimum performance requirements for this course are based on successful student completion according to the National Center for Construction Education and Research Center (NCCER) Occupation Standards. Students who successfully complete the course in accordance with NCCER standards are eligible for registration with the NCCER Craft Worker Registry. The prerequisite for this course is Introduction to Metals.