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Pipe fitters typically gain their experience and skills through an apprenticeship program, which combines trade school or community college courses with on-the-job experience. Community colleges or trade schools may award an associate's degree or certificate following successful completion of pipe fitting courses. Pipe fitter courses can also be found in welding technology programs. In a few states, pipe fitters are required to be licensed, so individuals should pursue training that meets with state guidelines.
After completing pipe fitter courses, students will know more about the following:
Pipe system types and design Piping equipment and materials Safety protocols and standards Measuring and basic math for pipe fitters Trade terminology and communication strategies

List of Common Courses Blueprint Reading Course

Blueprints often contain a variety of welding, architectural and engineering symbols, piping layout sketches and abbreviations. During this course, participants learn theories of projection and gain practice in drawing isometric and orthographic sketches, interpreting blueprints and taking accurate dimensions. Drafting and Sketching Course The course begins by teaching students the fundamentals of drafting as it is used in the pipe fitting trade, as well as the proper drawing tools to use. Later in the course, participants gain hands-on experience sketching the possible layouts of pipes and water and ventilation systems, and drawing images using accurate dimensions. Pipe Welding Course This laboratory course gives participants the practical skills needed to do basic welding. Prior to the hands-on training, focus is placed on setup and safety, as well as an introductory overview of the shielded metal arc welding (SMAW) process. Students also practice welding, arc welding and pipe cutting.

Bench work and Induction

Bench work

Workshop safety Understand NSD rules and procedures (read induction document) Use of PPE Maintain a safe working area Maintain personal safety and safety for others according to procedures Protect the environment according to regulations Understand and recall driven machinery regulations Select, use and care for engineering hand tools Select, use and care for workshop tools Select , use and care for power tools Select, use and care portable power tools Select, use and care for engineering measuring equipment Mark off basic engineering shapes


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