Construction Boilermaker

Full-Time

Course List

Basic

CBM-1003: Plant Systems and Ancillary Components I

Upon successful completion the apprentice modular is able to describe the introductory fundamentals and function of pressure vessel systems in accordance with the government safety regulations, manufacturer's recommendations and specifications and approved industry standards. Upon successful completion the apprentice is able describe the types, application and construction features of pressure vessels in accordance with the government safety regulations, manufacturer's recommendations and specifications and approved industry standards.

CBM-1012: Trade Environment

Upon successful completion the apprentice is able to apply effective communication techniques using communication media related to apprenticeship, trade unions and product information in the boilermaker trade. Upon successful completion the apprentice is able to explain information related to apprenticeship, trade unions and product environment in the boilermaker trade.

CBM-1024: Rigging and Hoisting I

Upon successful completion the apprentice is able to explain and practice general rigging including wire rope, and block and tackle, formulas for safe working loads, and slings and chokers according to government safety regulations and manufacturer's recommendations and specifications. Upon successful completion the apprentice is able to explain the use of ladders, scaffolding and work platforms in accordance with government safety regulations, manufacturer's recommendations and specifications and approved Industry Standards. Upon successful completion the apprentice is able to explain and perform the International Standards of Hand Signals and describe audio communication signals for hoisting operations in accordance with Construction Safety Association of Ontario (CSAO) guidelines.

CBM-1038: Prints and Layouts I

Upon successful completion the apprentice is able to interpret and correlate information from prints including material, identification of parts, orientation and layout of structure or parts of a structure, using drafting techniques. Upon successful completion the apprentice is able to describe and develop layouts for basic geometry and simple plate structure in accordance with manufacturer's recommendations and approved industry standards. Upon successful completion the apprentice is able to describe the features of basic construction materials used to fabricate pressure vessels and cut and thread pipe according to government regulations, manufacturer's recommendations and specifications and approved industry standards.

CRP-0509: Hand Tools, Wood and Materials

This course presents material relating to the carpentry/joinery trades and the different types of work available in these trades. The apprentice acquires knowledge about the history of the trade and new technologies emerging in the construction industry. The apprentice is introduced to a variety of materials used in the building trade, and on the care and use of hand tools. The student will construct projects which will enable them to develop expertise in the use of hand tools and materials.

CBM-1045: Trade Tools and Equipment

Upon successful completion the apprentice is able to operate and maintain basic hand tools according to government safety regulations, manufacturer's recommendations and approved industry standards. Upon successful completion the apprentice is able to perform measurements with instruments according to job requirements, manufacturer's recommendations and specifications. Upon successful completion the apprentice is able to describe and use portable power tools according to government safety regulations, manufacturer's recommendations and approved industry standards. Upon successful completion the apprentice is able to describe the construction features and demonstrate the safe use of shop equipment according to government safety regulations, manufacturer's recommendations

CBM-1052: Applied Trade Calculations I

Upon successful completion the apprentice is able to apply basic mathematics to solve trade related problems according to the specifications for specific pressure system applications.

CBM-1066: Welding and Cutting I

On successful completion, the apprentice is able to perform cutting on mild steel using fuel equipment according to government safety requirements, manufacturer's recommendations and approved industry standards. On successful completion, the apprentice is able to perform Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) procedures on pressure vessels and related components according to the ASME - Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code requirements and in accordance with a Welding Procedure Specification (WPS). On successful completion, the apprentice is able to explain physical and mechanical metallurgy, including elements of materials, production processes, properties, and types of steel according to manufacturer's recommendations and specifications and approved industry standards.

Intermediate

CBM-2007: Plant Systems and Ancillary Components II

Upon successful completion the apprentice is able to select use and set-up scaffolding and work platform structures according to government safety regulations, manufacturer's recommendations and specifications and approved industry standards. Upon successful completion the apprentice is able to describe trade practices and procedures for heavy industrial installations according to according to government safety regulations, manufacturer's recommendations and specifications and approved industry standards. Upon successful completion the apprentice is able to describe the function, construction features, types, and application and perform layout and fit up erection procedures of Tanks according to government safety regulations, manufacturer's recommendations and specifications and approved industry standards. Upon successful completion the apprentice is able to describe Quality Control Systems according to job requirements, government safety regulations, manufacturer's recommendations and specifications and approved industry standards. Upon successful completion the apprentice is able to describe how to set up job sites according to government safety regulations, manufacturer's recommendations and specifications and approved industry standards. Upon successful completion the apprentice is able to describe how to maintain plant systems and remove and demolish plant components and equipment according to job requirements, manufacturer's recommendations and specifications and approved industry standards.

CBM-2024: Rigging and Hoisting II

Upon successful completion the apprentice is able to describe the construction and design features of wire rope drums and spooling procedures according to manufacturer's recommendations and specifications. Upon successful completion the apprentice is able to describe block and tackle systems used for reeving and perform square reeving procedures according to government safety regulations and manufacturer's recommendations and specifications. Upon successful completion the apprentice is able to describe the types and operation of cranes according to job requirements, government safety regulations, manufacturer's recommendations and approved industry standards. Upon successful completion the apprentice is able to perform rigging, hoisting and jacking operations using recommended equipment according to government safety regulations, manufacturer's recommendations and specifications and approved industry standards.

CBM-2039: Prints and Layouts II

Upon successful completion the apprentice is able to identify information on fabrication and erection drawings according to manufacturer's recommendations and specifications. Upon successful completion the apprentice is able to identify and use Computer Aided Drawing programs including AutoCAD and/or Auto Sketch and/or Quick Pen according to manufacturer's recommendations and specifications. Upon successful completion the apprentice is able to perform layout and fabricating skills according to government safety regulations, manufacturer's recommendations and specifications and approved industry standards.

CBM-2052: Applied Trade Calculations II

Upon successful completion the apprentice is able to apply mathematics required to perform layout and fitting according to manufacturer's recommendations and specifications and approved industry standards.

CBM-2068: Welding and Cutting II

Upon successful completion the apprentice e is able to select materials used in the trade. Perform cutting and welding procedures using cutting and heating processes and Shielded Metal Arc Welding equipment according to ASME code government safety requirements, manufacturer's recommendations and approved industry standards Upon successful completion the apprentice is able to describe concepts in metallurgy, including physical and mechanical properties and control of expansion and contraction according to sound scientific and physics principles.

Advanced

CBM-3009: Plant Systems and Ancillary Components III

Upon successful completion the apprentice is able to perform set up and installation procedures required for boiler erection according to government safety regulations, manufacturer's recommendations and specifications and approved industry standards. Upon successful completion the apprentice is able to describe construction features of pollution control equipment according to government safety and environmental regulations, manufacturer's recommendations and specifications. Upon successful completion the apprentice is able to assembly and install condensers and exchangers and related components; according to government regulations, manufacturer's recommendations and specifications and approved industry standards. Upon successful completion the apprentice is able to perform tank shell assembly procedures; according to government safety regulations, manufacturer's recommendations and specifications and approved industry standards. Upon successful completion the apprentice is able to describe fiberglass fitting procedures according to government safety regulations, manufacturer's recommendations and specifications and approved industry standards.

CBM-3022: Rigging and Hoisting III

CBM-3038: Prints and Layouts III

Upon successful completion the apprentice is able to develop templates, patterns and drawings and set up power rolling equipment according to manufacturer's recommendations and specifications and approved industry standards. Upon successful completion the apprentice is able to fit plate units and pipe and shell sections with components according to job requirements, manufacturer's recommendations and approved industry standards. Upon successful completion the apprentice is able to describe procedures for destructive and non-destructive testing of materials; according to government regulations, manufacturer's recommendations and specifications and approved industry standards. Upon successful completion the apprentice is able to apply visual dimensional and drawing reference checks and quality and production flow inspection methods according to government regulations, manufacturer's recommendations and specifications and approved industry standards.

CBM-3052: Applied Trade Calculations III

Upon successful completion the apprentice is able to apply advanced mathematics required to perform layout and fitting according to manufacturer's recommendations and specifications.

CBM-3068: Welding and Cutting III

Upon successful completion the apprentice is able to describe the cutting process for plasma arc and high pressure water and oxygen lances, interpret welding symbols and perform Shielded Metal Arc Welding procedures according to government safety regulations, manufacturer's recommendations and approved industry standards. Upon successful completion the apprentice is able to explain concepts in metallurgy including the effect of alloys on the cutting action, heat straightening and hot and cold working according to sound scientific and principles of physics. Upon successful completion the apprentice is able to describe heat treatment including steel manufacturing methods and effects of heat treatment according to sound principles of metallurgy, manufacturer's recommendations and specifications.

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