42 Weeks | 840 Total Hrs | 680 Theory Hrs | 160 Hrs Practicum
Process Piping Drafting
Canada’s oil and gas industry continues to provide exciting job opportunities for a variety of trained and experienced experts. Bay River College’s 1-year Process Piping Drafting diploma program empowers individuals seeking the knowledge and skills required to enter and thrive in this vital Canadian industry.
This comprehensive program equips students with fundamental administrative expertise, including essential software, interpersonal and business communication skills. Additionally, the Process Piping Drafting diploma program provides a broad understanding of industry-specific knowledge, such as natural gas processing, oil and gas pipeline design, petroleum refining, and knowledge of oil sands and petrochemical industries.
Process Piping Drafting diploma program students complete their education with 160 hours of practicum experience
Graduates of the Process Piping Drafting diploma program will be qualified as junior drafters in a variety of industries, including oil and gas, petrochemical, construction, equipment fabrication and municipal governments.
Why Choose Process Piping Drafting Diploma Program.
Canada’s oil and gas industries are growing industries. They have a huge bank of vacancies. They give well paid jobs and opportunities to their employees to explore and practice their skills. Students who will be able to successfully graduate with this course will master the skills like strong administrative skills, computer and software skills, interpersonal skills, and business communication. This course will give them an understanding of industry-specific knowledge such as natural gas processing, oil and gas pipeline, petroleum refining, oil sands, and petrochemical.
Students who will graduate from this course can apply in oil and gas companies and equipment fabricators. They will be assigned duties like the use of designing and drafting (CADD) software to aid senior drafters in the preparation of their engineering drawings from preliminary concepts and/or sketches to engineering calculations and specification sheets. Preparing flow diagrams and schematics, layouts, specifications, maps and detailed construction or assembly drawings.