Student Enrollment Contract - CJPP Welder


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Student Information

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Program Information

The Canadian Journeyman Preparation Program for Welders

Program Title

40 12 (max - self paced)    

Hours of Instruction During Contract Term 

Program Duration in Weeks 

Contract Start Date 

Contract End Date 

Program Delivery Method (select all that apply): 

□ In-Class     ☑ Distance     □ Combined

Language of Instruction: 

English

 

Students are granted access to the online classroom and associated learning resources for a period of 3 months from the date of receipt of the username and password, or, until the course has been completed.

Accessing the course: Upon receipt of the course fees, a username and password will be sent to the email provided within 2 business days. If you do not receive your username and password please email admissions@ciblonline.ca.

This course is self-paced. You can complete the activities in any order that you like. You can also choose to focus on the activities that cover the subject areas that you need to practice, as completion of all items is not required.

 

Program Outline

Learning Objectives

By the end of this program, students will: 

  • Have a thorough understanding of the scope and nature of their occupation as defined by the National Occupational Analysis (NOA) and how the NOA influences the content of IP Red Seal exams. 
  • Become familiar with technical terminology associated with their trade.
  • Be familiar with codes and standards associated with their trade. 
  • Have strengthened technical knowledge in respect to the processes and procedures associated with common tasks of the occupation.
  • Develop strategies to apply technical and theoretical knowledge in order to correctly answer IP Red Seal exam-style questions. 
  • Develop effective study habits.

 

Unit 1: Safety Skills Relating to Red Seal / IP Examinations

  • CSA Standard W117.9-01
  • Standards Information Sheet

Unit 2: Technical English for Welders

  • Welder’s glossary
  • Welding Terminology Workbook

Unit 3: Reading Blueprints and Interpreting Drawings

  • Drawing interpretation 
  • Use of drawings and blueprints 
  • CSA/AWS welding symbols
  • Reading blueprints appendix

Unit 4: Your Trade in Canada

  • Scope of your occupation in relation to the National Occupational Analysis (NOA)
  • Regulation and certification by province or territory

Unit 5: Contents of the Red Seal / Interprovincial Exam for Welders

  • Breakdown of Red Seal Exam/ IP Exam Contents (Blocks A - D)
  • Expectations for practical examinations

Unit 6: Red Seal / IP Practical Exam Preparation

  • What to expect 
  • Exam guidelines

Unit 7: Examining Canadian Codes and Regulations

  • Regulating bodies and enforcement
  • Analysis of pertinent regulations and work product  
  • Codes and standards resource

Unit 8: Metallurgy

  • Identifying and testing metals
  • Mechanical and physical properties
  • Types of metals (grades and classification systems)

Unit 9: Tools, Equipment and Components

  • Hand and power tools
  • Storing filler metals
  • Types of joints and welds
  • Power sources
  • Weld positions

Unit 10: Oxy Acetylene Welding and Cutting

  • Welding and cutting equipment
  • Safety

Unit 11: Cutting and Gouging

  • Plasma arc cutting and gouging
  • Common conditions for cutting stainless steel using PAC
  • Air carbon ARC cutting (CAC-A)

Unit 12: Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW)

  • CSA and AWS filler metal classification system
  • Common electrodes and uses
  • GMAW and aluminum 
  • Stainless steel filler metals
  • GMAW shielding gases

Unit 13: Flux Cored Arc Welding (FCAW)

  • FCAW Wire 
  • Filler metals and electrodes

Unit 14: Metal Cored Arc Welding (MCAW)

  • MCAW Wire
  • Stainless steel filler metals
  • Shielding gases

Unit 15: Submerged Arc Welding (SAW)

  • Power sources
  • SAW filler metals 
  • Flux classifications
  • Common flux and electrode combinations

Unit 16: Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW)

  • Carbon steel electrodes
  • Stainless steel filler metals
  • Low alloy steel electrodes 
  • Nickel and nickel alloy filler

Unit 17: Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW)

  • Power sources and equipment
  • GTAW electrodes 
  • Filler metals 
  • Shielding gases

Unit 18: Technique

  • Weld faults and defects
  • Pre and post heating 
  • Technique
  • Distortion 
  • Testing
Review and Exam Preparation  

 

Technology Requirements 

PC – Pentium III 600 MHz processor or faster, 256 MB RAM or greater (512 MB recommended), Windows XP/Vista/Win7 MAC- Intel x 86 based processor, 512 MB RAM or greater (1 GB recommended), Mac – OS-X 10.5 (Leopard) or 10.6 (Snow Leopard); Google Chrome Browser; Speakers or Headphones; Microphone; Camera or Smartphone to take digital photos; Reliable and unrestricted internet connection; comfortable using the internet.
*Much of the course content can be accessed via the Moodle App (iOS and Andriod); however students should have access to a laptop or desktop for the best learning experience.
Refunds are not available to students who are unable to meet technology requirements.

 

Program Costs

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Refund Policy

Refunds are typically not available and never granted after 24 hours of receiving your login information. However, if you feel that the course was not as represented in this agreement and can provide reasonable proof, please email admissions@ciblonline.ca. A $300 administrative fee will be deducted from any refunds granted.
We do not guarantee that candidates will achieve certain scores or levels of improvement.
Refunds are granted solely at the discretion of the Institute.

 

Private Training Institutions Branch

The program listed in this student enrolment contract does not require approval by the Private Training Institutions Branch of the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Training. As such, PTIB did not review this program.

Students may not file a claim against the Student Tuition Protection Fund in relation to this program.

This institution is certified by the Private Training Institutions Branch (PTIB). For more information about PTIB, go to www.privatetraininginstitutions.gov.bc.ca.

 

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