Collective Agreement Local 787

Hey, I have a few questions about teaching 313A and the local gas union 787. I currently have a G2 gas ticket from a university in the GTA that works with furnace facilities, and I want to get 313A training to move forward in my career. Is local union 787 hard to reach? I`ve heard that it`s hard to get in if you don`t have a family or good references? GT1 Weekend Program (JTAC787 Brampton) $1,000 registration fee plus code libraries. (100% participation is required for modified TSSA programs) www.collegeoftrades.ca/wp-content/uploads/FINANCIAL-RESOURCE-LIST-March-2019.pdf In addition to our JTAC learning program, we have been looking for training materials for our French language members to better help you. Class size: 20 MaxDuration: 4×9 days sessions. 1 session per month This course offers an overview and service procedure of a supermarket refrigeration system R 404A, including rack, suitcases and controls. Bring your standard PSA. If you are interested in any of the following topics, please email Violeta in violeta.popov@jtac787.org for the full list of resources, including links. DCV offers real savings and opportunities for customer engagement by showing how they can take advantage of supply discounts for update systems. Practical training for the implementation of the next generation of ZIP and Jade Economizers for the exchange of older systems. Check energy-saving tools, service configuration and update opportunities during the winter months. Course dates for the winter of 2017 for London and Ottawa will be set as soon as there is a full class. Please register for the J.T.A.C.

Understand and work with electronically controlled engines; Gentek, Evergreen, Nidec, Rescue, ebm-pape, Rosenberg. ECM replaces the fractional Horse Power of the future. The session will focus on the combustion cycle and the analysis and improvement of combustion efficiency. The different uses of analyzers are checked. . This course does not require prior welding experience, but gives the student the opportunity to learn the basic safety required to weld the electrical arc. The three welding processes SMAW (Stick), GMAW (MIG) and GTAW (TIG) are covered. The emphasis is on the proper installation of the welding machine for each process, the different metal filling and the techniques for each process.

The student will have the opportunity to try each process during the practical sessions on soft steel. Checking independent and pressure-dependent systems, with practical use of self-configured products from different manufacturers (Viconics, KMC, Schneider and Johnson Controls).