Our Welding 3 Practical course uses the CWBi Acorn framework to provide practical learning opportunities that build on the welding skills you learned in our Welding 2 Practical course. Explore engineering drawing interpretation distortion, metal forming, material handling and plasma cutting, and practice and refine the techniques involved in producing quality fillet joint welds in the vertical and overhead positions. Further expand your basic shielded metal arc welding (SMAW) and basic gas metal arc welding (GMAW) skills and your understanding of welding health and safety.
You must have and wear your own CSA-approved safety footwear and protective eyewear while in shop areas.
You must have completed our WELD 9049 Welding 2 Practical course. (An approved equivalent is also acceptable.)
Hours and Fees
You must only register for this course section if you have been contacted by the college and given permission to do so. Anyone who registers without prior permission will be removed from the course section.