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Welding Level B and A

Welding Level B


QUICK FACTS

Credential:
Certificate

Duration:
16 weeks

Format:
Full time, Mon - Thr
Options:
4:30pm - 11:15pm

How to apply

Start date:
January, September 

Location:
Trades & Technology Centre

Cost:
(Details)

FEATURES:

  • This program is patterned after the apprenticeship model and students are eligible to receive employment insurance.

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

Build on the knowledge you gained in the Welding Foundation certificate and get one step closer to earning your Red Seal ticket.

Welding Level B sample topics include:

  • Shielded Metal Arc Welding #2 (SMAW #2)
  • Gas Metal Arc Welding #2 (GMAW #2)
  • Flux Cored Arc Welding #2 (FCAW #2)
  • Gas Tungsten Arc Welding #1 (GTAW #1)
  • Welding Quality Control and Inspection Standards
  • Welding Codes, Standards, and Specifications
  • Blueprint Reading #2

In addition to these topics, you will be required to practise layout and fabrication by completing a series of exercises and projects.

ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS

1. Successful completion of Welding Foundations and Level exam

2. 3000 hours of work-based training is recommended prior to Welding B Technical Training, but a minimum requirement of 1000 hours document to be offered a seat

3. Submission of your Welding Log book 

QUESTIONS?

Jennifer Lau
Phone: 604-847-5448
Toll free: 1-888-504-7441, local 5448
Fax: 604-824-7931
Email: trades@ufv.ca
or ask online

Welding Level A


QUICK FACTS

Credential:
Certificate

Duration:
8 weeks

Format:
Full time, Mon - Thr
Options:
4:30pm - 11:15pm

How to apply

Start date:
January, March, November, September 

Location:
Trades & Technology Centre

Cost:
(Details)

FEATURES:

  • This program is patterned after the apprenticeship model and students are eligible to receive employment insurance.

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

Build on the knowledge you gained in the Welding Foundation certificate and Welding Level B certificate and earn your Red Seal ticket.

Welding Level A sample topics include:

  • Level A Sample Topics
  • Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW #3)
  • Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW #2)
  • Welding Metallurgy #3
  • Blueprint Reading #3

In addition to these topics, you will be required to practise layout and fabrication by completing a series of exercises and projects.

ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS

Completion of Welding Level B and the submission of your Welding Log book

QUESTIONS?

Jennifer Lau
Phone: 604-847-5448
Toll free: 1-888-504-7441, local 5448
Fax: 604-824-7931
Email: trades@ufv.ca
or ask online

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