Loyalist College

Welding Techniques

Program Information

School:Loyalist College
Degree:Certificate
Field of Study:Construction Trades, General
Construction Trades, Other
Description:Welding Techniques is a two-semester certificate program. Students learn and develop the skills and knowledge required to enter the welding, fabrication, and millwright industry. Through hands-on learning in our shops – equipped with welding, cutting, and testing equipment – graduates are pre­pared to meet industry standards and requirements. They learn to interpret blueprints, welding symbols, fitting techniques, semi automatic cutting, robotics, welding ferrous and non­ferrous metals, along with welding pipe, channel, and other structural forms. Students also learn ­structural layout and inspection of weld defects while developing skills required in the industry. Applicants with work experiences or other types of non-credentialed learning may be eligible for credits and are able to challenge the first level of the Welding Apprenticeship (fee pending).

Students are also able to obtain certification with the Canadian Welding Bureau (C.W.B.) in our test centre for the following ­welding certificates: Gas Metal Arc Welding (G.M.A.W.) Flat Position; Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (G.T.A.W.) Fillet; Shielded Metal Arc Welding (S.M.A.W.) Four Positions; Flux Cored Arc Welding (F.C.A.W.) Flat Position; Metal Cored Arc Welding (M.C.A.W.) Flat Position. Also offered is the Welding Inspector Certificate through the Canadian Welding Bureau Centre for Learning (part of the C.W.B. Group)
URL:Welding Techniques at Loyalist College
Length:1 Year(s)
Cost per year:*

Books and Supplies: $650.
Careers:10

* We make every attempt to provide accurate information on prerequisites, programs, and tuition. However, this information is subject to change without notice and we highly recommend that you contact the school to confirm important information before applying.

Modified on August 13, 2009

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