Part-time Courses - Welding Courses
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|Course #||Courses||Length (Hours)||Distance||Status|
Description: This course is designed for experienced welders wanting to obtain a Canadian Welding Bureau ticket. Students will be taught how to prepare necessary test plates using the proper techniques. Processes available for use in this test are: SMAW, GMAW and FCAW. PLEASE NOTE: The fees for this course include the cost of plate testing.
Description: This course will include welding carbon steel and aluminum as it applies to the motorsport industry as well as the requirements needed for fabrication and maintenance/repair welding. Materials will include flat and tubular mild steel and aluminum with welding training in all positions. Setup and and maintenance of GTAW equipment will also be covered. This course has both practical and theory components.
|WELD0030||M.I.G. Welding (G.M.A.W.)
Description: This course will cover both theory and shop practice of the semi- automatic, gas metal arc process. Classroom topics will include: power sources, wire feeders, shielding gases, process variables and equipment maintenance. Shop exercises will be on thick and thin steel plate, in all-position and pipe using single and multipasses with both solid and fluxcored wire. Students must supply their own safety glasses and welding gloves.
|WELD0040||Shielded Metal-Arc Welding-General
Description: This course is designed to meet the needs of beginner through advanced students in the Shielded Metal Arc Welding and Gas Tungsten Arc Welding processes. This course is divided into four levels: General, Basic, Intermediate and Advanced. The General level is designed to include instruction in specific welding processes at a skill level which meets the individual's personal needs. Your instructor will determine the appropriate level for you at the first class. The Advanced level students may also choose to receive training in the Gas Tungsten Arc Welding process on plain carbon steel or aluminum and advance to performance qualification tests.
|WELD1260||Welding For Mechanical Maintenance
Description: This module provides students with an understanding of welding principles. Upon successful completion students will be able to maintain and use oxy-acetylene and arc welding equipment at a basic level including welding, brazing, flame cutting and electric arc welding in the flat and horizontal positions.
|WELD0110||WOWW - Women Only Welding Workshop
Description: This introductory welding workshop will provide a non competitive and comfortable environment for women to explore the art of welding. No previous experience is required. This workshop has both a practical and theoretical component. Participants will create a small take home project.
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