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Apprenticeship is a method of gaining the expertise needed to become a skilled tradesperson. This is done through a combination of on-the-job experience and classroom training.
Most apprenticeship programs are 3-4 periods in length, with an average of 8 weeks for each training period. In addition, there are specific allotments of on-the-job training hours associated with each period, so most apprentices complete 1 period per calendar year.
You want to be a boilermaker. You want to work on all types of boilers, tanks and pressure vessels, performing structural and plate work on air-, steam- and liquid-tight containers.
But you need to learn more, like how to repair, test or maintain pressure vessels, or how to erect and install boilers. Maybe you want to know how to fabricate heat exchangers or fired reactors, or want some experience working on scaffolds to repair existing boilers.
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If you enjoy working with tools, heavy equipment and machinery, have a high attention to detail for precise work and like a job with plenty of variety, then you will enjoy working as a boilermaker.
Boilermakers work in fabrication shops or heavy industrial plants. By nature of the work, you are often inside confined spaces, requiring strict safe worksite practices.
The Boilermaker apprenticeship term is:
Please ensure you have the following personal protective equipment (PPE) when you arrive for the first day of classes. Find everything you need online at shop.nait.ca.
As a boilermaker, you will most commonly find work in metal fabricating and iron and steel construction, including shipbuilding and rail transport, as well as energy industries such as petroleum and coal, electric power and oil and gas. Boilermaker employment can fluctuate with seasonal and economic changes, especially for those working in construction.
Boilermakers are heavily involved in the construction of industrial plants, including pulp mills, mine mills, generating plants and oil and gas plants.
Once you have obtained enough on-the-job experience, some boilermakers may advance to become a supervisor or superintendent, quality control and assurance manager, site inspector or trainer.
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The tuition and fee amounts below are estimates based on current academic year’s rates. For financial planning purposes, please use these totals as an approximate estimate of your costs. Actual fees may vary by term and enrolment activities. Please refer to the tuition and fees page for more detailed information.
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Effective November 1, 2014, you must fillout the application located on the MyTradesecrets website for Alberta Apprenticeship and Industry Training Board staff to determine if you are eligible for status as an indentured apprentice.
Once you are an indentured apprentice, you can review the availability and start and end dates of the program you are interested in. Log into your MyTradesecrets profile and do a search under the Class Registration section. Then you can determine the schedule that best fits your needs.
We recommend submitting your program application at least 90 days before the application deadline.
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The Interprovincial Red Seal Program was developed to provide journeypersons with the ability to work anywhere in Canada.
If you are a certified Blue Seal journeyperson in Alberta, you've proven that you meet Alberta's high industry standards and possess the skills to succeed in your trade.
There are many different ways to experience a NAIT education, from full-time diploma programs and apprenticeships to part-time degrees. Let us help you choose what's right for you.
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