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WELD 101B Welding Level B (Ends Oct 2017)

Advanced training (includes WELD 152T, WELD 153T, WELD 154T, WELD 155T, WELD 156T, WELD 157T, WELD 158T, WELD 159T, WELD 166T, WELD 170T, WELD 172T) beyond the Foundation level is designed to bring the welder to journeyperson status and interprovincial (IP) Red Seal accreditation. When complete the student may write the IP Red Seal exam. Credit will only be granted for one of WELD 400 or WELD 101B.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of the Welder Foundation course.

WELD 102T Occupational Skills - Theory and Practical

An overview of welding and the Welding program. Students will perform basic trade related mathematical calculations, using measuring and layout tools, using hand and power tools.

WELD 104T Oxy-Fuel Cutting and Gauging Processes (OFC) - Theory and Practical

A study of oxy-fuel cutting safety and practice. The student will learn OFC and OFG processes and their applications, perform freehand and guided cuts on low carbon steel and use automatic and semi-automatic cutting machines.

WELD 106T Fusion and Braze Welding Using Oxy-Fuel Process (OFW) - Theory and Practical

A study of gas welding and braze welding safety and practice along with its practical application. The student will fusion weld on low carbon steel sheet, braze weld (TB) using the OFW process, and silver alloy braze on similar and dissimilar metals.

WELD 108T Shielded Metal Arc Welding - Theory and Practical

A study in shielded metal arc welding safety and practice. Students will use the SMAW process on low carbon steel plate and pipe, describe using the harsurfacing process on mild steel and describe and use the SMAW process on stainless steel and/or mild steel plate.

WELD 110T Electric Arc Cutting, Gouging and Related Processes (AAC) (PAC) (SMAC) - Theory and Practical

A study of electric arc cutting, gouging safety and practice along with its practical application. Students will use CAC-A and PAC cutting and gouging processes and equipment.

WELD 112T Semi-Automatic Welding and Submerged Arc Welding (SAW)

A study of gas metal arc welding and flux cored arc safety and practice. Students will describe semi-automatic welding equipment and its operation, describe filler metal and shielding gases for GMAW, use the GMAW process, GMAW-P process, FCAW process and the MCAW process.

WELD 114T Layout and Fabricate Components

Students will interpret and apply mechanical drawings and fabricate weldments.

WELD 116T Welding Drawings

Students will perform mathematical calculations involving formulas, angles, triangles and geometric construction. They will also perform, read and interpret basic drawings, and identify common welding symbols and bolted connections.

WELD 120T Basic Metallurgy

A study and practice in understanding metals and their properties as it relates to the welding processes. Students are introduced to the terms ferrous and nonferrous. The course also describes tensile strength, elasticity, elongation, yield strength and ultimate tensile strength, ductility and malleability, brittleness, physical properties of metals and corrosion resistance.

WELD 122T Occupational Skills - Theory and Practical

A overview of welding and the welding program. Students will perform basic trade related mathematical calculations using measuring and layout tools and hand and power tools.

WELD 124T Safe Work Practices

An orientation and application of safe work practices.

Prerequisite: Admission to program.

WELD 125T Trade Math

An introduction and application of solving basic math problems.

Prerequisite: Admission to program .

WELD 126T Blueprints

An introduction to the basic description of blueprints and how to read them.

Prerequisite: Admission to program.

WELD 127T Materials Handling

An identification of material handling equipment, proper material handling procedures and an opportunity to practice appropriate material moves.

Prerequisite: Admission to program.

WELD 128T Metal Working Equipment

An introduction to the function and use of metal forming equipment, metal cutting equipment and metal drilling equipment.

Prerequisite: Admission to program.

WELD 129T Layout Projects - Theory

A description of the layout process, the project assembly procedures and how to assemble projects.

Prerequisite: Admission to program.

WELD 130T Welder Fitting Skills - Practical

The practice of assembling projects encountered in the area of welder fitter. Students will also participate in a one week work experience component.

Prerequisite: Admission to program.

WELD 132T Occupational Skills - Theory and Practice

A overview of welding and the welding program. Students will perform basic trade related mathematical calculations using measuring and layout tools and hand and power tools.

WELD 134T Layout and Fabricate Components

Students will interpret and apply mechanical drawings and fabricate weldments.

WELD 136T Welding Drawings

Students will perform mathematical calculations involving formulas, angles, triangles and geometric construction. They will perform, read and interpret basic drawing and identify common welding symbols and bolted connections.

WELD 138T Shielded Metal Arc Welding SMAW - Theory and Practical

Students will use the SMAW process on low carbon steel plate and pipe.

WELD 140T Basic Metallurgy

A study and practice in understanding metals and their properties as it relates to welding processes.

WELD 142T Semi Automatic Welding and Submerged Arc Welding - Theory and Practical

A study of gas metal arc welding and flux cored arc safety and practice. Students will describe semi-automatic welding equipment and its operation, describe filler metal and shielding gases for GMAW and use the GMAW process, GMAW-P process, FCAW process and the MCAW process.

WELD 152T Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) - Theory and Practical

Students will use the SMAW process on low carbon steel plate and pipe.

WELD 153T Shielded Metal Arc Welding - Practical

A continuation of WELD 109T.

WELD 154T Semi Automatic Welding

Students will use the GMAW process on low carbon steel pipe, aluminum plate, mild steel plate and mild steel pipe.

WELD 155T Gas Metal Arc Welding - Practical

A continuation of WELD 113T.

WELD 156T Specialized Processes

Students will describe specialized welding processes such as orbital welding and its applications, plastic welding, resistance welding and plasma welding to name a few.

WELD 157T Flux Cored Arc Welding - Practical

A continuation of WELD 113T.

WELD 158T Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) - Theory and Practical

A study of gas tungsten arc welding safety and practice. Students will learn the function of electrodes and shielding gases, the basic components of a GTAW work station and identify the applications of GTAW and the safety requirements.

WELD 159T Gas Tungsten Arc Welding - Practical

Practical application of gas tungsten arc welding safety, processes and practice.

WELD 166T Welding Quality Control and Inspection

A study and practice of welding quality control and inspection requirements.

WELD 168T Standards, Specifications and Welder Qualification

This course describes the scope of the welding supervisor and inspector responsibilities. The student will identify and describe the scope of welding codes, standards and specifications.

WELD 170T Layout and Fabricate Components - Theory and Practical

Students will interpret and apply mechanical drawings, layout and prepare materials.

WELD 172T Basic Metallurgy Theory

Students will describe how welding affects the mechanical properties of low carbon steel and identify changes in grain structure that result from welding.

WELD 174T Welding Drawings

Students will read and interpret piping drawings and perform basic pipe layout.

WELD 182T Occupational Skills - Theory and Practice

A overview of welding and the welding program. Students will perform basic trade related mathematical calculations using measuring and layout tools and hand and power tools.

WELD 184T Oxy-Fuel Cutting and Gauging Processes (OFC and OFG) - Theory and Practice

A study of oxy-fuel cutting safety and practice.

WELD 186T Fusion and Braze Welding - Theory and Practical

A study of gas welding and braze welding safety and practice. Students will fusion weld on low carbon steel sheet, braze weld (TB) using the OFW process, and silver alloy braze on similar and dissimilar metals.

WELD 188T Shielded Metal Arc Welding SMAW - Theory and Practice

A study in shielded metal arc welding safety and practice.

WELD 189T Electric Arc Cutting, Gouging and Related Processes - Theory and Practical

A study of air carbon arc gouging safety and practice. Students will use CAC-A and PAC cutting and gouging processes and Equipment.

WELD 190T Shielded Metal Arc Welding - Theory and Practical

Students will weld groove welds using low-alloy stainless steel electrodes on steel plate and pipe.

WELD 191T Shielded Metal Arc Welding - Practical

A continuation of WELD 153T.

WELD 192T Gas Tungsten Arc Welding - Theory and Practical

The student will be able to use the GTAW process to weld groove weld using low carbon steel filler metal on low carbon steel pipe, and using stainless steel filler metal on thin wall stainless steel pipe. The student will also be able to bevel and fit up single-vee butt joints for low carbon steel plate and weld groove welds in the 1G, 2G and 3G positions using free-hand and cup-contact method.

WELD 193T Gas Tungsten Arc Welding - Practical

A continuation of WELD 159T.

WELD 194T Semi Automatic Welding and Submerged Arc Welding - Theory and Practical

A study of gas metal arc welding and flux cored arc safety and practice. Students will describe semi-automatic welding equipment and its operation, describe filler metal and shielding gases for GMAW and use the GMAW process, GMAW-P process, FCAW process and the MCAW process.

WELD 196T Basic Metallurgy

Students will describe non-ferrous alloys, their uses and the methods for welding and describe reactive metals and their weld ability. Students will describe aluminum, magnesium and zinc die castings and the processes for welding each type.

WELD 198T Layout and Fabricate Components

Students will layout and prepare materials, interpret detailed drawings of a rolling offset and transition pieces and develop template drawings of transition pieces.

MFAB 201 Metal Fabricator - Level 1

This course covers all practical and theory components of Metal Fabricator Level 1 technical training.

Prerequisite: Must be a registered apprentice or meet provincial requirements for aprenticeship (have an Apprenticeship ID number).

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