Length: 40 weeks
Welding is offered in partnership with the Collège communautaire du Nouveau-Brunswick. About 30% if the course is theory, taught by videoconference. Students also do projects in the shop and work terms in businesses in their region throughout the year.
Job opportunities are numerous because there is a growing need for specialized workers, specifically in the area of welding, for megaprojects in Atlantic Canada.
CONDITIONS OF ADMISSION
- High school diploma or the equivalent:
- Adult high school diploma
- General Educational Development Test (GED)
TUITION AND FEES
- Tuition $4,900
- Certification fees $400
- First Aid
- Student fees $50
- Graduation fees $50
- Total: $5,400
- Textbooks $500 approx.
- Tools and protective equipment $800 approx.
- Additional fees for international students: $3,250
- Introduction to metallurgy – welding - MATE1084
- Introduction to measurement and trigonometry - MATH1174
- Blueprint reading – basic - PRLP1041
- Blueprint reading - assembly I - PRLP1053
- Blueprint reading - assembly II - PRLP1075
- Workplace standard first aid and CPR – Level C - SECU1174
- Workplace safety - SECU1229
- S.M.A.W. – butt welding (F3) - WDSO1135
- S.M.A.W. – butt welding (F4) - WDSO1136
- S.M.A.W. – lap welding (F3) (F4) - WDSO1137
- S.M.A.W. – equipment setup, striking and maintaining the arc - WDSO1143
- F.C.A.W. welding - WDSO1147
- G.M.A.W. welding - WDSO1148
- Plasma arc and air arc - WDSO1165
- Setup and operation of oxygaz equipment - WDSO1185
- Welding shop - WDSO1191