Specialists in this trade work in the metallurgy sector, and perform various tasks such as preparing, assembling and welding various components and accessories. More specifically, they drill and prepare parts, assemble them, use the GTAW and RSW processes to weld them, straighten them and control buckling, polish them and apply surface treatments, and control the quality of manufactured products.
Stainless steel welders work in a variety of sectors of activity such as the food processing industry, hotel and restaurant services, laboratory equipment manufacturing, the hospital sector and architecture.
Stainless steel welder (GTAW and RSW)
To be eligible for admission to the Stainless Steel Welding: GTAW and RSW program, candidates must meet the following requirements:
- Have earned Secondary III credits or the equivalent in language of instruction, second language and mathematics
Hold an Attestation of Equivalence (AENS) for Secondary III studies
Have successfully completed the General Development Test (GDT) without specific requirements
- Be at least 18 years of age
Meet the eligibility requirements for Emploi-Québec’s Manpower Training Measure