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.

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: $3556.50
  • Textbooks: $1500

For more information, contact a program coordinator:

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


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