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Welder Apprenticeship Second Period

Program Overview

There is a real demand for skilled welders in Alberta. If you enjoy building things and working with your hands, a welding career may be for you! To work as a welder in Alberta, you must be a registered apprentice or a certified journeyman. This hands-on program will give you the skills and theory you need to succeed when you write the Alberta Apprenticeship and Industry Training First Period theory and practical exams.

Further Educational Opportunities for the Welder Apprenticeship program are Third Period. Subsequent training can lead to B-pressure certification, Canadian Welding Bureau Certification, and endorsements for specialty metals and processes.

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Program Locations

Mar 11, 2024 - May 03, 2024 - Face to Face - Slave Lake

Program Year


Program Length:

8 Weeks

Program Type

Welder Apprenticeship

Program Delivery

Traditional classroom setting with lab demonstrations and practical projects.


Minimum Requirement: Registered Apprentice in the trade, 1st Period completed. Eligible students are determined by Alberta Apprenticeship and Industry Training (AIT). See for more details.

Any provider approved by Alberta Apprenticeship and Industry Training.