Boilermakers weld, install, and repair boilers and vats used to store large amounts of liquid and gaseous materials. Boilermakers use welding, metal fabrication, and drafting skills to create high-pressure vessels and piping systems. Boilermakers typically begin training by enrolling in a welding certificate program or formal apprenticeship. Boilermakers should be able to read technical metal diagrams and blueprints. They should be able to perform highly technical duties while adhering to strict safety policies set by employers. Boilermakers should be able to work with welders, foremen, and other construction professionals to finish projects.
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
This course includes refrigeration and air conditioning involves both theoretical and practical to meet the needs of air conditioning professionals, delivering industry recognized qualifications. The course includes Basic refrigeration & air conditioning; Installation, commissioning & maintenance; Design principles; F-Gas; Pipework & brazing; Essential & refrigeration electrics.
Metal fabricators deal with the selection, layout, shearing, cutting, punching, drilling, forming, fitting and welding of steel plates and structural steel shapes into products for the forest, mining, construction, transportation and agricultural industries. Typical projects that involve metal fabricators include bridges, buildings, hoppers, conveyors, towers, cranes, heavy-mining equipment, and logging equipment.
The Basic Hydraulics training course covers hydraulic principles of mechanical maintenance, types of hydraulic fluids and their characteristics. Describes components of the hydraulic system and their functions for maintenance procedures, including filters and strainers, reservoirs and accumulators, pumps, piping, tubing and hoses, control valves, relief valves, and actuating devices. This hydraulics course overs a variety of cylinders and training on hydraulic motors.
All type of Welding (CO2, MIG, TIG, ARC, GAS, STEL, ALLUM and plastic welding)
This is a mainly practical course that will be delivered in the workshop, using our state-of-the-art welding sets and will include elements of the underpinning knowledge as well as health and safety. All of your sessions are practical workshop sessions, although you will be expected to do a small amount of reading and internet research to answer the oral questions at the end of the course.
Filter and Turner
Fitters and Turners in the machining industry manufacture metal components, and they then assemble those components into products such as tools, machinery, and machine components. They work with drawings and specifications to ensure that parts will fit together; they work with machinists under a manufacturing supervisor. Fitters and Turners in the machining industry work indoors in a workshop or factory setting. The various tasks workers must perform require them to use tools, equipment, and machinery in a safe and efficient manner.
Similar to plumbers, pipe fitters work with several types of piping systems used for residential and commercial projects. In this pipe fitter course, students will know more about, Pipe system types and design, Piping equipment and materials, Safety protocols and standards, Measuring and basic math for pipe fitter, Trade terminology and communication strategies.
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