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COMP1017 Computer Applications

Students are introduced to Microsoft applications such as Outlook (email),


PowerPoint, Microsoft Word and Excel. Students learn how to use the Internet and
understand the use of a maintenance management system. Within the course,
students are equipped with job searching techniques, interview skills and will
prepare a cover letter and rsum.
WELD1002 Layout & Fitting 1
Students focus on the use and application of equipment, tools, fasteners and
processes used in fabrication practices in the welding industry. Students will
interpret plans for the actual fabrication of small projects. Students will develop
techniques for layout, fitting, squaring, tacking and fabricating.
SAFE1003 Occupational Health & Safety
Students learn the rights and responsibilities of the various stakeholders under the
Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA). Specific topics associated with the four
main types of hazards found in workplaces (physical, biological, ergonomic and
chemical) are covered. Where possible and practical, in addition to theory-based
classes, students are involved in practical hands-on activities. WHMIS legislation is
also introduced.
MATH1027 Technical Math 1 (WELT)
In this course, students demonstrate basic analytical skills and they are prepared for
further studies in mathematics. Topics include basic number systems and
operations, units and measurement, basic algebraic operations, geometry and
solving word problems.
WELD1000 Welding 1
This course focuses on the various fabrication processes. Oxyacetylene welding,
brazing, cutting, Shielded Metal Arc Welding (S.M.A.W.), Gas Metal Arc Welding
(G.M.A.W.) Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (G.T.A.W.) in the flat and horizontal positions
and includes the safety procedures and the electrode identification will be studied.
WELD1001 Welding Theory 1
Students learn an introduction to the theory and practice of welding, providing a
strong background in the various fabrication processes. The course will cover
oxyacetylene welding, brazing, cutting, G.M.A.W. (Gas Metal Arc Welding) and
S.M.A.W. (Shielded Metal Arc Welding).
First Year - Semester Two
WELD1005 Layout & Fitting 2

Students learn the advanced interpretation of drawing and symbols for the actual
fabrication of large projects. Techniques for layout, fitting, squaring, tacking,
welding and fabricating will be practised.
Prerequisite: WELD1002
WELD1006 Metallurgy 1
This course focuses on studying different metals and how they react to welding,
distortion and stress. Students examine types of steel and the proper welding
methods and electrode filler metals to be used. Different destructive and nondestructive testing will be performed along with an introduction to welding
inspection.
MATH1028 Technical Math 2 (WELT)
Students consolidate the skills in arithmetic, algebra, solving equations,
trigonometry and graphical analysis to solve problems used in technological
applications.
Prerequisite: MATH1027 or MATH1026
WELD1003 Welding 2
Students learn Shielded Metal Arc Welding (S.M.A.W.), Gas Metal Arc Welding
(G.M.A.W.) and Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (G.T.A.W.) in the vertical and overhead
positions. Students also learn different fitting techniques and will gain the skills and
knowledge necessary to prepare them for the Canadian Welding Bureau
Certification at the end of the second semester. Full-size robot welders and
instruction on programming and manipulation associated with robotics will be
introduced.
Prerequisite: WELD1000
WELD1004 Welding Theory 2
Students are introduced to Flux-Cored Arc Welding and Metal-Cored Arc Welding,
Shielded Metal Arc Welding of groove welded joints, robotics, automation, and
production welding processes. Classification of weld faults, weldability of alloys, and
welding codes and standards are explored. Students participate in the discussion
and calculation of structural steel cutting processes.
Prerequisite: WELD1001
GNED General Education Elective
General Education Courses
Second Year - Semester Three

COMM2020 Applied Communication


In this course, students will refine the skills acquired in Applied Communication by
preparing responses to a variety of work-related situations, including writing
memos, letters and reports.
BUSI2015 Business Start Up
This course provides an overview of business in the Canadian environment using an
integrated model. Topics include: the environment of business (social, technological,
economic and political) as well as functional areas of business (marketing,
accounting, finance, production and human resources) and legal and corporate
governance information. A semester-long group project will provide students with
the opportunity to explore the world of business and build skills related to
researching a company and current issues and trends in the business world.
WELD2000 Computer-Aided Pattern Development
In this course, students will be able to develop and produce flat patterns of various
shapes for the purpose of steel fabrication using PlasmaCAM software. They will also
build on the knowledge and skills obtained in Layout and Fitting 1 & 2, adding new
skills in the fabrication of shop projects. Shop projects of increasing in difficulty will
meet the demands set by industry and supplement the skills acquired. Students will
be able to differentiate between types and characteristics of structural shapes and
members. They will also be able to read and interpret structural drawings, structural
standards and structural steel and plate terminology. Time may be spent in both the
classroom and shop to aid in the familiarization of the required course material.
WELD2003 Welding 3
In this course, students will be able to demonstrate advanced skills in the use of
welding and cutting equipment. They will build on their skills and competencies
obtained in Welding 1 & 2.
Prerequisite: WELD1003
WELD2004 Welding Distortion and Inspection
In this course, students will be introduced to the principles of heat distortion and
various means of reducing the negative effects that heat can have on different
metals. They will identify which preventative measures are required during the
welding and fabrication process to minimize heat distortion and post-welding
straightening methods. Finally, the students will demonstrate process quality and
describe methods of weld testing using NDT techniques such as industrial
radiography using X-rays or gamma rays, ultrasonic testing, LPI and MPI methods.
GNED General Education Elective

General Education Courses