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    Default Alberta Field Work

    Anyone know where a 2nd year (soon to be 3rd yr) apprentice can find some field work in the Edmonton area? I would rather freeze my little buddies off than stay in the shop all winter. Any info would be appreciated.

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    Cool nfinch86- CANADIAN WELDOR :

    [QUOTE=Keith Welder;161436]Anyone know where a 2nd year (soon to be 3rd yr) apprentice can find some field work in the Edmonton area? I would rather freeze my little buddies off than stay in the shop all winter. Any info would be appreciated.
    APPRENTICE IN WHAT!!!

    Sunrise Outside My Shop In Delhi, Ontario

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    Take a wild guess.

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    Thumbs down nfinch86- CANADIAN WELDOR :

    Quote Originally Posted by Icarus View Post
    Take a wild guess.
    APPRENTICE ? I DON'T KNOW MAYBE WELDOR-Pipeweldor, IronWorker!!

    Sunrise Outside My Shop In Delhi, Ontario

    - Arcair- K 4000 CAC.

    - LN-25 Wire Feeder

    - Lincoln Ranger 8- Engine Drive- CC\CV:



    - Lincoln Power Mig 180C
    - Spoolgun.
    - DeWalt Chop Saw .
    - DeWalt Compressor - 13cfm, @ 100 psi.

    www.normsmobilewelding.blogspot.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by nfinch86 View Post
    APPRENTICE ? I DON'T KNOW MAYBE WELDOR-Pipeweldor, IronWorker!!
    There are no alberta apprentice pipewelders...no such thing exists. I guess you could have thought i was an apprentice ironworker but it's a welding discussion fourm and my name is "keith welder" so yes i am a welder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith Welder View Post
    There are no alberta apprentice pipewelders...no such thing exists. I guess you could have thought i was an apprentice ironworker but it's a welding discussion fourm and my name is "keith welder" so yes i am a welder.

    Someone got their feelings hurt.

    Give the man a break. He just asked a simple question.

    Griff

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith Welder View Post
    Anyone know where a 2nd year (soon to be 3rd yr) apprentice can find some field work in the Edmonton area? I would rather freeze my little buddies off than stay in the shop all winter. Any info would be appreciated.
    You can try jobbank.gc.ca, plenty of options there. But for the life of me, why would you want to freeze your "little buddies off"?

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    Starting out to be another bad year for the rig welders, KEEP your shop job for as long as your can!

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    im pretty sure there is alot of work around edmonton.. fort mac as well... try companies like flint (i got an offer in pincher creek as well as fort mac with them) cannonbe.. phoenix or ledcore... those are a few companies my buddy told me about. im a nothing lol... im just taking my c ticket in bc and i was offered jobs so im sure you should do alright..

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    Default A-holes

    What is it that makes some people feel that they are better than others? Welding is a simple trade that 99% of human biengs could do with about 12 months of training. It doesn't take a rocket scientist's brain to weld. Anyone with a 70 IQ or better can weld - and weld RIGHT. Get over yourselves you proud a-holes! You're JUST a weldor!

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