Develop advanced skills and qualify for a wide range of job opportunities in the metal trades. Learn a variety of welding and fabrication techniques while you gain skills to build, assemble and repair products made of steel and aluminum. Earn level 1 metal fabricator and level 1 welder technical training credit and work-based training hours toward your Interprovincial (Red Seal) certification for either trade when you register as an apprentice.
Priority Admission is available for Indigenous students.
Complete the Indigenous Priority Admission form as part of your application.
The program webpages contain extensive information about curriculum, admission, highlights, costs and schedule. Please email your question here if you cannot find what you are looking for on the program page. Be sure to note your program of interest in the subject line. Alternatively, you can make an appointment to meet with an advisor through the online booking system.
Having metal fabrication opened up more opportunities for me. There’s a lot of different hats that a metal fabricator can wear. What you’re working on can change from day to day, especially if you’re working in small shops. I’d highly recommend it to anyone interested in getting into metal work.
Mark Werner, NIC Metal Fabrication, Welding Foundation and B&A grad