Introductory to Welding Program - First Nations Employment Society

Introductory to Welding Program

FNES announces New Partnership with Canadian Manufacturers & Exporter BC and Kwantlen Polytechnic University

Offering funding for an accelerated Prefoundation welders 8 week program for: Aboriginal Youth
Jan. 07, 2015 to March 04, 2015

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Class time starts at 12:30 pm each day
Kwantlen Polytechnic Unv. - Cloverdale
5 Weeks Technical Training
3 Weeks Work Experience

What is a Welder:
* fuse metal pieces together
* flame - cutting brazing, soldering equipment
* Use metal shaping machines
* Plan work from drawings or by analyzing damaged metal
Welders may specialize in certain types such as:
* Custom fabrication
* Ship building & repair
* Pressure vessel welding
* Pipeline Construction
* Structural construction welding
* Machinery & Equipment repair welding

How to Apply:
Aboriginal Youth between the ages of 18 to 29
Can not be on an active EI CLAIM "OR" have been EI in the last 3 years "or" Mat leave in the last 5 years.
Call FNES at 604-605-8901 or check out our website at
Contact your local FNES Job Coach to register & book a Literacy Assessment prior to Dec. 10/14.
Bring Gov't ID, Updated Resume, Certificates
Followed by an interview with a FNES Job Coach
Candidates need to be Committed to attendance for this 8 week program is very important.
Final candidates will be notified on Dec 12/14
Should you qualify financial assistance for 2 months will be provided