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Welding Levels B & A


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The welding trade is relevant in a wide variety of industries, opening doors for many potential career paths and opportunities. Welding is essential to the forest, fishing, aquaculture, agriculture, oil and gas, manufacturing, construction and maintenance industries in every part of the country. There is tremendous potential for career advancement for bright, motivated and talented trades persons.

 

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Admission Requirements


Level B

  1. Must have successfully completed Welding Level C or Foundation, plus minimum work-based hours as prescribed by the ITA (OPSN 2015 029 - hours are recommended at 1,000).

High school graduation is preferred provided the applicant meets or exceeds the stated prerequisites.

Level A

  1. Must have successfully completed Welding Level B, plus minimum work-based hours as prescribed by the ITA (OPSN 2015 029 - hours are a minimum of 1,950).

High school graduation is preferred provided the applicant meets or exceeds the stated prerequisites.

Course Requirements


Completion


You must attain competency in each module.

Curriculum, certification and completion requirements may be subject to change as mandated by the ITA and minimum work-based hours are updated periodically.

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