Welder-Fabricator Apprenticeship

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What does a Welder-Fabricator do?

The duties of Welder-Fabricators include, but are not limited to, the following:

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What are the working conditions?

Welder-Fabricators work mostly indoors in manufacturing plants. Conditions vary by plant and industry.

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How is the training structured?

The program is four years of not less than 8,000 hours. It includes 7,560 hours of on-the-job learning and 440 hours of paid related instruction.

The employer must train the apprentice in the following mandatory duties:

In addition, the employer may train the apprentice in the following optional duties:

The apprentice must also complete the following:

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What are the minimum qualifications for participants?

The apprentice must be:

The employer must:

What skills should I possess?

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