Graduates of the Level C, B, and A Welding Programs are highly regarded by our local metal working industries. The skills and knowledge they acquire prepare them for a wide variety of jobs. The provincial welding curriculum is enhanced by instruction on the safe use of a wide variety of equipment common in many fabrication shops. Employment is commonly found with companies building machinery, structural steel, transportation equipment, farm equipment and a wide variety of specialty metal products. Opportunities also exist in construction and repair work. Given the right combination of training, qualifications and work experience, some of our graduates have moved into suprervisory positions as well as self employment.
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American Welding Society
January 18, 2005
Take your test at the Trades and Technology Centre, with the option to book practice days before hand. Experienced welders are on site to assist.Book your test now