Welding Techniques

Fort Frances

In this dynamic program, students will learn the practical, hands-on skills needed to weld various types of metals, combined with the knowledge and theory and best-practices. Students will also learn to safely use a wide range of top-of-the-line equipment found in most industry workplaces in our shops and labs under the direction of our highly-qualified and supportive instructors. In addition, students will be taught how to read, understand and develop the blueprints for different projects.

Start Date

September 1, 2020

Program length

Two semesters
Full-time

Credential

Certificate
Sault College

Admission Requirements

  1. Ontario Secondary School Diploma, equivalent, or mature student test
  2. ENG4C/ENG4U

Courses

  • Semester 1
    • CMM149 – 3 Practical Communications I
    • MTF101 – 3 Applied Blueprint Reading
    • MTF102 – 3 Welding Theory 1
    • MTF105 – 2 GAS Shielded Semi-Automatic Welding 1
    • MTF107 – 4 Shield Metal Arc Welding I
    • MTF108 – 2 Trade Practices
    • MTF109 – 2 Oxy Fusion and Braze Welding
  • Semester 2
    • MTF131 – 3 Fabrication 1
    • MTF132 – 2 GAS Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) 1
    • MTF133 – 2 Machine Operations
    • MTF137 – 3 Shielded Metal Arc (SMAW) Welding 2
    • MTF139 – 1 Thermal Cutting
    • MTF140 – 3 Blueprint Reading – Advanced
    • MTF141 – 3 Materials and Process Quality
    • MTF142 – 3 Semiautomatic Welding

Fees (estimated)

  • Tuition: $3,523.50
  • Textbooks: $1500

For more information, contact a program coordinator:

Don Eldridge
(807) 274-2796 ext. 1214
donel@7generations.org


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