NCCER Boilermaking Trainee Guide Level One
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Complete all four levels to attain journey-level Boilermaking status. Finishing this course satisfies the requirements of a Boilermaker apprenticeship program (4 years and 8,000 hours of on the job training).
NCCER Boilermaking Trainee Guide Level One features a highly illustrated design, technical hints and tips from industry experts, review questions and a whole lot more! Key content includes Introduction to Boilermaking, Boilermaking Safety, Boilermaking Tools, Basic Materials, Oxyfuel Cutting, Cutting and Fitting Gaskets, Base Material Preparation and Welding Basics.
34101-10 Introduction to Boilermaking (10 Hours)
Provides an overview of the boilermaker craft, including the uses of boilers in industry, common terms used in the field, and a description of the job career opportunities available in the field.
34102-10 Boilermaking Safety (12.5 Hours)
Covers safety issues specific to the boilermaker craft, focusing on the proper use of safety equipment used by boilermakers on the job.
34103-10 Boilermaking Tools (15 Hours)
Introduces the wide variety of hand and power tools used by boilermakers. Covers hydraulic, pneumatic, and electric power tools and the safety concerns associated with these tools.
34104-10 Basic Materials (10 Hours)
Identifies and discusses the various types of materials used in the construction of boilers. Includes coverage of material properties, standards and codes, and material markings.
34105-10 Oxyfuel Cutting (17.5 Hours)
Explains the safety requirements associated with oxyfuel cutting. Covers the equipment and its safe setup and use, including straight line, bevel, piercing, and washing techniques.
34106-10 Cutting and Fitting Gaskets (12.5 Hours)
Describes the various types of gasket materials used in mating flanges and presents the proper procedures for laying out and cutting a flange gasket. Covers the proper tightening procedure for mating flanges.
34107-10 Base Material Preparation (10 Hours)
Describes how to clean and prepare all types of base metals for cutting and welding.
34108-10 Welding Basics (22.5 Hours)
Describes the different welding and cutting processes and related equipment. Includes filler metals and their applications. Covers joint design and the codes that govern welding practices.
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