Welding Techniques Ontario College Certificate

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  • Objectives
    The Welding Program’s objectives are to build a solid foundation in the basics of various welding processes and to prepare students for future trends so that they can readily transfer this technology to the shop floor. State-of-the art welding equipment allows hands-on training, which enhances the classroom learning experience. Individualized and personalized instruction provides ample opportunity for one-on-one discussion on specific applications. The program conforms to and parallels with industrial standards, practices and procedures, providing graduates with the skills required to meet today’s job market and the challenges of tomorrow.
  • Academic title
    Welding Techniques Ontario College Certificate
  • Course description
    First Semester
    Course Number/ Title     Credits

    IX 110     Techniques Mathematics     2
    WC 121     Oxy-acetylene Welding     2
    WC 122     Basic Arc Welding     6
    WC 126     T-Joints     5
    WC 127     Blueprint Reading     3
    WC 128     Pipe to Plate     4
    Total    22
    Second Semester
    Course Number/ Title     Credits

    GE 701     The Changing Workplace     3
    IX 130     Techniques Introduction to Computers     2
    WC 212     Pressure Plate     5
    WC 215     Work Practices     2
    WC 217     Basic Metallurgy     1
    WC 224     Pattern Development     3
    WC 225     Shop Fitting     2
    WC 226     Arc Welding C.W.B. Specifications     4
    Total    22
    Third Semester
    Course Number/ Title     Hours

    IX 100     Field Placement     80
    WC 301     Advanced Welding     44
    Total    124

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