Welder – Multi-Process Alloy Welding - Apprenticeship (2018/19)
|Total Cost (tuition & fees)||$539.95|
|International Tuition »|
All students that apply to the College are required to pay the $30 application fee. The application fee for international students is $100. Trades Apprenticeship students who are new to the College pay a one-time application fee per trade.
|Student Association Fee:|
For credit based courses there is an $11.50 student association fee for each course. The maximum student associate fee is 3 courses per semester for a total of $34.50. Some programs (Trades, Vocational & Health) are charged based on number of weeks they are in session. For these programs the student association fee is $2.30 per week of study (an 8 week program is charged $2.30 x 8 weeks = $18.40 fee).
*These prices are for domestic students and may not be 100% accurate. However, these estimates will give you an adequate idea of tuition and fees for our programs. These prices do not include textbook costs. All prices are subject to change.
Apprentices attend for a set block of time throughout the year on a full-time basis. Training involves practical and theoretical applications. Students receive credit in the Welding Provincial Standard Log Book upon completion of Multi-Process Alloy Welding (MPAW). Over and above the program units, students may be expected to participate in projects and, in such cases, prepare materials and steel for the college. The time frame is 5 weeks for this level. There are several intakes offered each year.
This program is an optional endorsement over and above completion of Welder Level 3 with Red Seal Endorsement.
Welder Certificate of Qualification with Interprovincial Red Seal Endorsement
Flexible Assessment (FA): No
Prior Learning Credit: Student may apply for prior learning credit with the ITA (Industry Training Authority), please visit www.itabc.ca
Visit our Trades Training Schedule for program start dates
Upon the successful completion of this program, students should be able to:
- apply safe work practices;
- cut, weld and braze;
- read welding blueprints and symbols;
- weld using different processes on different metals, in different positions on plate and pipe;
- set up a job prior to welding, using jigs and fixtures;
- properly identify metals;
- identify various pieces of equipment;
- develop knowledge of apprenticeship systems in British Columbia; and
- know and understand the codes, standards and specifications used in welding.
Technical Training Content:
WEAP 404 Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW)
- Select electrodes for SMAW
- Use the SMAW process on low carbon steel plate and pipe
- Use the SMAW process on stainless steel and/or low carbon steel plate and pipe
WEAP 406 Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW)
- Use the GTAW process for stainless steel
WEAP 407 Basic Metallurgy
- Describe common ferrous, non-ferrous and reactive metals and their weldability Describe die castings and their weldability
WEAP 408 Welding Drawings, Layout and Fabrication
- Interpret and apply mechanical drawings and layout components Fabricate weldments
WEAP 411 Specialized Processes
- Describe specialized welding processes