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METALWORK 20G | METR2G - 1 CREDIT
This is an introductory course designed to offer practical
experience in planning, designing and fabricating consumer products using
common metal working processes. Topics to be discussed are: safety, hand tools wrought
iron work, oxy-acetylene welding, arc-welding, soldering, investment (casting),
flame-cutting, and potential careers.
METALWORK 3OG | METR3G - 1 CREDIT
This course is for students who wish to become more familiar
with the fundamentals of metal work, fabrication, problem solving, machinery
design and planning. More emphasis will be placed on the use of power machines
advanced welding and finishing techniques. Students will develop skills through
the completion of compulsory projects with the opportunity for personal
expression. Prerequisite: Metalwork 20G
METALWORK 40S | METR4S - 1 CREDIT
This course is an advanced metal working course that
includes continued exposure/practice in welding, machining and fabrication.
Successful completion of this course will prepare students for post-secondary
work in metal working trades by choosing one of welding, machining, metal
fabrication, or foundry work. Students
will be able to undertake an individual program related to a future vocation.
Prerequisite: Metalwork 30G