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Mastery of Welding: The Importance of Proper Welding Education

Welders are by definition tradesmen who specialize in crafting products by joining raw metals such as aluminum, stainless steel, and brass. One of the most obvious displays of welding mastery to the general population in Canada are the stunning gigantic pieces of art you’ve likely seen in public areas, that were created using welding techniques. It’s also important for us to understand that welding plays a significant role during our daily life. Welding is a common activity in various industries in Canada like construction, transportation, and the military. Welding experiencing high demand, and has become a professional that offers great potential in a wide range of industries. If you’re looking to begin or to advance your welding career, it’s important to acquire proper welding education. Continue reading Mastery of Welding: The Importance of Proper Welding Education

Problems with Non Certified Welders in Toronto and the GTA

The welding industry has experienced significant growth in recent years, with simultaneous changes made to the educational requirements for the welding profession. Today, welders require training and a strong academic background to keep up with the evolution. With a steady stream of demand and well-paid compensation, many self-taught welders are now pursuing educational training and certification. As technology progresses and more complex techniques are implemented in the welding industry, the hazards to untrained welders is increasing. Conversely, the ability for employers to track the quality of welding work is also improving, making a strong case for welders to gain proper education and certification. Let’s discuss the the common problems caused by hiring non-certified welders in Toronto and the GTA. Continue reading Problems with Non Certified Welders in Toronto and the GTA

Welding Classes in Vaughan

Labor market statistics show that approximately 15% of the current Canadian workforce is progressively approaching retirement. Of course, it’s a function of the aging baby-boomer population, and some things are evident already – like skilled labor shortages in industries across the country. For some industry sectors this is becoming a real challenge. In response to these labor trends, and in order to effectively meet future labor demands, the Institute of Technical Trades offers a range of welding classes in Vaughan. The overall aim is to fill the ever-growing need for skilled welders with comprehensive training and skills development. Continue reading Welding Classes in Vaughan

Welding Classes in Ajax

A close look at current labor statistics shows that approximately 15% of the national work force is heading for retirement. Clearly, it’s because Canada’s population is aging, but the numbers also tell another story – there are increasing labor shortages in a good many skilled trades. In fact, in some industry sectors the skills shortage has become quite serious. In response to these industry trends, and in an effort to better satisfy industry needs, the Institute of Technical Trades offers a variety of welding classes in Ajax. I.T.T. is a training facility where welders can train for the future and fill the gap for skilled workers. Continue reading Welding Classes in Ajax

Welding Classes in Mississauga

According to the most current statistics, about 15% of Canada’s general work force is currently heading towards retirement. This retirement trend, primarily because of the aging population, is already starting to create some labor shortages in the skilled trades. In fact, in some industries, this is considered to be serious. To keep up with this trend, and to meet the future needs of industry, the Institute of Technical Trades is offering welding classes in Mississauga, where welders can be trained to fill the growing gap of skilled trades. ITT trains new welders for new careers, as well as experienced welders for ongoing upgrading. Continue reading Welding Classes in Mississauga

Welding Classes in Oshawa

According to industry statistics, well over 15% of Canada’s work force is heading in the direction of retirement. This is creating a labor shortage in the skilled trades that some are describing as “serious”. The Institute of Technical Trades offers welding classes in Oshawa, and trains welders to fill the skilled trades gap. ITT trains up-and-coming welders for their new career, as well as experienced welders to upgrade and enhance their skills. The school provides welding training that encompasses the most common welding processes, in addition to blueprint theory and blueprint reading. Continue reading Welding Classes in Oshawa