WELD 110 Welder Foundation
Effective date: April 2017
This 28-week course provides training for candidates interested in pursuing employment in the welding profession without an employer sponsor. Candidates in the Welder Foundation program will learn how to work safely and effectively in industry and perform a variety of welding processes and procedures. Individuals completing this program will be better prepared to find an employer sponsor and secure an apprenticeship.
Once employed and registered in a Welder Apprenticeship program, the candidate will receive credit for Level 1 and Level 2 technical training and 300 work-based training hours.
A Welder is a person who has training in and is capable of welding ferrous and non-ferrous metals in all on both plate and/or pipe, using SMAW, GTAW, and FCAW processes. Welders use manual or semi-automatic welding equipment. They use flame-cutting, brazing and air-arching equipment. Additionally, they use machines such as brakes, shears and other metal straightening and bending machines. Welders generally plan work from drawings or by analyzing the job tasks, determine the materials required and welding processes, then use their knowledge of welding to complete the job. They may specialize in certain types of welding such as custom fabrication, ship building and repair, pressure vessel welding, pipeline construction welding, structural construction welding or machinery and equipment repair welding. Workers use blueprint symbols to determine machining operations. They check product specifications precision measuring instruments, and maintain equipment and replace parts when required.
Course offerings vary by term; search Camlink for scheduled sections
- 10 lecture hours and 20 shop hours per week for 28 weeks
- $2,765 plus additional fees. Effective until August 31, 2019.
Restricted course Open to students in Welder Foundation.
Last updated: April 1, 2019 9:40 am