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Boilermaking

Boilermaking is a four-level curriculum that meets the requirements of a boiler- maker apprenticeship program (4 years and 8,000 hours of on-the-job-training). If a trainee completes all four levels, he or she can be a journey-level Boilermaker, with specialized skills and opportunities for career advancement. For this second edition, information has been added on towers, vessels, and furnaces; safety analysis and pre-job safety check lists; and up-to-date techniques for cutting and fitting gaskets, base metal preparation, and welding basics. Also new to the second edition are the Going Green features. These features highlight products, practices, and projects that are energy-efficient, sustainable, and Earth-friendly.


Level

Edition

Instructor Resource

Boilermaking, Level 1

2nd

Course Planning Tools,

Performance Profiles

Boilermaking, Level 2

2nd

Course Planning Tools,

Performance Profiles

Boilermaking, Level 3

2nd

Course Planning Tools,

Performance Profiles

Boilermaking, Level 4

2nd

Course Planning Tools,

Performance Profiles

Boilermaking, Levels 1-4

2nd

Revision Map

Boilermaking, Level 1

1st

Competencies/Objectives

Materials/Equipment

Performance Tasks

Performance Profiles

Boilermaking, Level 2

1st

Performance Profiles

Boilermaking, Level 3

1st

Performance Profiles

Boilermaking, Level 4

1st

Performance Profiles

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