Ontario Secondary School Diploma, equivalent or mature student test.
Tuition (Semester 1):
Tuition (Semester 2):
As a successful graduate of our Welding Techniques program, you may find work in a wide range of exciting places of employment across the globe or close-to-home. Small and large construction and manufacturing industries continually seek out welders to join their teams. Once you have successfully completed your studies, you may have the opportunity to test on-site with the Canadian Welding Bureau (CWB) for your welding performance qualifications/certified ticket.
|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|
|MTF109||–||2||Oxy Fusion and Braze Welding|
|MTF132||–||2||GAS Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) 1|
|MTF137||–||3||Shielded Metal Arc (SMAW) Welding 2|
|MTF140||–||3||Blueprint Reading – Advanced|
|MTF141||–||3||Materials and Process Quality|