The in-school training at Canadore will prepare you to be successful in industry and develop leadership skills for supervisory roles.
The program focuses primarily on welding, layout and fitting techniques used in the welding and fabrication industry. Earn while you learn. This is a day release program. Student can work and earn income while in class.
Must be a signed apprentice with the Ontario College of Trades to be eligible to take this program. Go to http://www.collegeoftrades.ca/ or http://www.tcu.gov.on.ca/eng/employmentontario/training/ for more information.
Length of Study: 3 Levels
Level 1 Common Core is one day per week for 50 weeks for a total of 300 hours.
Level 2 Fitter is one day per week for 35 weeks for a total of 210 hours.
Level 3 Fitter is one day per week for 35 weeks for a total of 210 hours.
Notes: Upon completion, successful students are eligible to challenge the Ontario Certificate of Qualification.
Your Future Career
- Welder/fitter or iron worker
- Quality control
What You Learn
- CNC shape cutting and break press
- Oxy fuel cutting and plasma cutting
- Air carbon arc gouging
- SMAW, GMAW, FCAW/MCAW, TIG
- Rigging, layout and fitting
- Project management
- Quality control assurance
|MFF235||Blueprint Advanced - Level 2|
|MFF245||Fabrication I - Level 2|
|MFF255||Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) Practical - Level 2|
|MFF257||Machine Operation - Level 2|
|MFF259||Material and Process Quality II - Level 2|
|MFF265||Pattern and Template Development I - Level 2|
|MFF300||Patterns and Template Development II -Level 3|
|MFF310||Fabrication II - Level 3|
|MFF320||Project Planning - Level 3|
|MFF330||Preparation for Shipping -Level 3|
|MFF340||Installation - Level 3|
|MFF345||Lifting & Rigging and Working at Heights - Level 3|