Welding Level C
Welding is a specialized skill that is increasingly in demand. It requires physical coordination of arms, hands and eyes, and the mastery of a variety of technical skills. After completing Welding Level C, you'll have the practical experience and theoretical knowledge you need to successfully complete employers' skill assessments.
- Oxy-Fuel Cutting
- Gas Welding & Braze Welding
- Shielded Metal Arc Welding
- Air Carbon Arc Gouging
- Gas Metal Arc Welding
- Flux Core Arc Welding
- Material Handling
- Blueprint Reading
- Welding Metallurgy
Oct 15, 2012 - May 31, 2013 (30 weeks, with a 2 week winter break and 1 week spring break, during School District 91's seasonal breaks.)
*Check with instructor before purchasing tools.
Funding opportunities may be available. See the Trades Support Program.
- English 10 or English 030 or equivalent, and
- Essentials of Math 10 ("C" grade or higher) or Applications of Math 10 or Principles of Math 10 or Math 041 or equivalent.
Note: Students who do not meet the above requirements may wish to consult with a CNC counsellor/advisor to determine their eligability on the basis of mature student status.
WorkSafe BC regulations will apply.
For more information on the Industry Training Authority (ITA) and apprenticeship and sponsor information please visit: www.ita.bc.ca
CTC Option: High school students may be eligible to take this program. See your school counsellor for more information.
Dual Credit Option: You can earn credits towards your grade 12 with the successful completion of this program.
For more information, call 250-692-1700 (toll free 1-866-692-1943) or fill in the online Program Interest Form.
Updated July 12, 2012