Do you want to learn how to be a boilermaker? And do you want to study from home?
Then you need to study a boilermaker correspondence course. Boilermaking courses equip you with the skills you need to work as a boilermaker in the mechanical engineering industry. And when you study a boilermaker course via correspondence, you are able to gain the knowledge and theoretical skills you need to enter this trade by completing your course in your own time from home. Boilermaking forms part of the mechanical engineering industry, and boilermakers are responsible for activities such as assembling, installing, maintaining, and repairing boilers and other large containers that hold liquid and gas.
Why study a boilermaker course?
When you study a boilermaker course, you learn the fundamental principles of boilermaking, and you gain the basic skills you need to start your career as a boilermaker. While it is possible for you to enter a boilermaking apprenticeship without first completing theoretical training, it will be easier for you to find an apprenticeship if you already have some form of relevant qualification or training behind your name.
Some of the things that you might learn about when you study a boilermaking course include the following:
- How to assemble, maintain, and repair boiler tanks using welding machines
- How to inspect and test boilers for leaks and other defects
- How to replace broken valves, pipes, and joints
Depending on which course you study, you will also cover other relevant subjects, such as Mathematics and Engineering Science.
Why choose to study your boilermaking course via distance learning?
Distance learning, or correspondence learning, gives you the opportunity to complete your studies without having to attend any formal classes. With distance learning, you have a flexible study schedule, which means that you are able to work while you study.
Some of the other advantages of distance learning include the following:
- You can apply for, and complete, your boilermaking apprenticeship while you study.
- You can choose where, and at what pace, you want to study.
- You develop valuable skills by studying independently, such as: time management skills, problem-solving skills, and self-discipline. These skills will also help you in your career as a boilermaker.
How do I become a motor mechanic?
You can study boilermaking via distance learning at Oxbridge Academy. Oxbridge Academy is a private distance learning college, and offers the following boilermaking courses to students on a correspondence basis:
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