Please provide minimum qualifications (#1 and #2) and supporting documents (#3) before the end of the application period you intend to apply.
Application will be rejected if the required documents are not submitted.
- Provide proof of at least 18 years of age.
- Provide proof of high school graduation, GED certificate or NCRC Workkeys-Bronze level or higher.
- Submit documentation for points for ranking placement.
- Points are awarded for: valid drivers license, military, education, certifications, work experience documented on company letterhead and completion of BOLI approved pre-apprenticeship.
- View entire point system HERE.
IF SELECTED: Applicant will need to attend 1/2 day of orientation which includes a UA.
Roofer and Waterproofers remove old roof and waterproof foundation walls.
Commercial roofs are generally low-pitched roofs that consist of multiple layers of roofing applied with asphalt, plastic (TPO/PVC), or rubber (EPDM).
Residential roofs are usually steep and the roofing material is mainly asphalt shingles, wood shake, slate or tile. Tools used include hatchets, hammers, pry bars, tin snips, knives and chalk lines.
Apprenticeship applicants must be at least 18 years of age and provide proof of high school graduatiuon, GED certificate or NCRC Workkeys-Bronze level or higher.
Work is done in all weather conditions. Heights and roof structures vary. Roofers and Waterproofers must be in good physical and mental condition to lift roofing materials, work in difficult weather, and preform detailed work with a good attitude.
This work can be seasonal and there can be periods of unemployment.
LENGTH OF ROOFERS APPRENTICESHIP
Classroom Hours: A minimum of 156 hours per year (a minimum of 625 hours) over approximately 4 years.
On-the-Job Training: 4,000 hours (approximately 4 years).
ROOFERS APPRENTICESHIP ESTIMATED WAGES*
*Wage data is taken as a sample from PWR Handbook. Effective January 1, 2021.
INTERESTED IN BECOMING A SPONSOR OR TRAINING AGENT?
Complete the Roofer Training Agent Inquiry Form to request information about how to become a program sponsor or approved training agent.