North American Trade Schools offer specialized training services for corporate clients seeking training for employees who want to upgrade their welding skills of become Canadian Welding Bureau qualified. Training programs can be customized to match each company’s specific needs and goals. Programs can be tailored to specific skill sets required.
The training program(s) can be custom designed to help your employees:
Obtain CWB qualification tickets
Become more proficient at their jobs
Learn specific job functions
Understand Health & Safety practices
Instructors at North American Trade Schools are highly qualified, certified and experienced welders. They have extensive experience in the field of welding, which will enhance students’ learning experience.
North American Trade Schools have working relationships with the Canadian Welding Bureau (CWB) and the Technical Standards & Safety Authority (TSSA).
North American Trade Schools offers programs in different welding types:
Arc Welding (SMAW)
Flux-Cored Welding (FCAW)
Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW)
Tungsten Inert Gas Welding (TIG)
Programs will include instruction in:
Codes and Standards
Non-destructive Testing (NDT)
Quality Control and Assurance
Robotics and Automation
Strength of Materials
Fracture, Fatigue and Failure Analysis
Welding and Cutting
Why invest in corporate training?
Improve work quality and productivity
The skills they're developing and can immediately be applied to their work. Employees that learn industrial specific techniques and skills increase their production and quality of work by applying their new found knowledge.
Strengthen employee capacity to use new technology
Not all employees are guaranteed to have the necessary skills and technical knowledge that is required. By completing training programs, employers will know what types of skillsets their employees have. As new technologies and machines are introduced and upgraded, so should employee skills.
Increase employee engagement and satisfaction
Most employees appreciate the opportunity to learn new skills and develop professionally. Providing development opportunities is another way to reward loyal employees and stimulate engagement and motivation.
Reduce turnover and costs
Employees who get professional development are more likely to stay at current positions because they feel valued and part of a growing team. Retaining current employees reduces HR costs.
If you have any questions regarding our Corporate Training Programs, please contract Suzanne Velasquez firstname.lastname@example.org, call 647 409-4266 or fill out the form to the right.