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Millwright Fundamentals Certificate
Northern Alberta Institute of Technologywww.nait.ca
Millwrights install, maintain, troubleshoot and repair stationary industrial machinery and mechanical equipment. In these courses, students will be taught the basics of the Millwright trade and practice essential skills in reciprocating compressor maintenance.
Millwrights commonly work in industrial repair shops, industrial plants, production facilities, recreational establishments and natural resource industries. Millwrights often work in close association with other trade personnel such as electricians, welders, pipefitters, instrument technicians and machinists. Due in part to their versatility, Millwrights have a wealth of employment opportunities, with good prospects for advancement into supervisory positions.
Program Type Occupational
Credential Type Certificate
Length 1 Year or Less
- Part Time Only
- Cooperative Education
- Continuing Education Only
- Distance Learning
For people who want to know more about the trade and for currently-employed workers looking to upgrade or refresh their skills. These courses may also help people who are aiming to achieve their Red Seal Certification as an Industrial Millwright Mechanic. Continuing Education students will find that these courses can help towards apprenticeship as a Millwright. Millwrights generally acquire their skills and knowledge through apprenticeship training and/or learning on the job. For more information, please visit: Millwright Fundamentals Certificate.
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Updated September 19, 2019. The information contained in this profile is current as of the date shown.
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