Do it Yourself

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Grab your hammer and saw! It's time to learn the tricks your father never taught you!


RESIDENTIAL PLUMBING

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Instructor: Louis Riel School Division Instructor

This course is designed for the individual who wants to understand the basic process involved in replacing or upgrading various plumbing systems in your home. Items to be covered in this course include: water and drain lines, tap repair, fixture replacement and plumbing code requirements. Students will also learn the hands on skills to solder, cement/glue, cut/saw and crimp plumbing fittings and piping that pertains to residential plumbing,

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DY4 - W18 | $180.00 (includes GST)
Arts and Technology Centre, Louis Riel School Division - Room 103
Feb. 6 - Mar. 13 | T | 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

WELDING & MACHINING COMBO NEW !

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Instructors: Toby Punton, Drew Tapley

This 40-hour hands-on combined welding and machining course is designed to expose all level of students to the introductory skills of welding and machining metal. All students will be delivered welding and machining training along with the option to combine those skill sets. At the end of this course students will be able to perform various metal manufacturing techniques including welding using Oxy Acetylene, M.I.G., and A.R.C. welding processes with the ability to use various hand tools, safely operate a Mill, Lathe, Drill press, Pedestal Grinder and CNC Mill in the machining portion.


Requirements

Lab fee $120 payable to the instructor on the first night and supply their own gloves.

Please Note:

There is a $60 saving over the cost of individual registration fees for these courses.

DY1 - W18 | $390.00 (includes GST)
Tec Voc High School - Welding/Machine Shop
Jan. 9 - Mar. 13 | T | 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
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WOODWORKING DY2-W

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Instructor: Louis Riel School Division Instructor

Come and have fun learning how to work with wood. Beginner or expert, you will have access to woodworking equipment from wood lathes to table saws and much more. Expertise will be provided concerning safety, wood joinery, fasteners and finishing. Project choice and materials will be the responsibility of the participants. Projects like cabinets, chests, tables, bowls, solid bodied guitars, and other household items can be built. Limited enrolment.

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DY2 - W18 | $180.00 (includes GST)
Nelson McIntyre Collegiate, Louis Riel School Division - Room 118
Jan. 17 - Mar. 21 | W | 7:00 PM - 9:15 PM

SMALL ENGINE REPAIR - LEVEL I

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Instructor: Louis Riel School Division Instructor

This course is designed for the individual who wants to know the how's and why's of the operation of a lawnmower, chain saw, outboard engine, snowmobile or any other machine run by a small engine. Items covered in the course include: two-cycle and four-cycle operating principles, fuel systems, internal parts, ignition systems, lubrication and complete engine tune-ups. Students are encouraged to bring their own small engines to service them, and will need to bring some basic tools. A supply list will be e-mailed prior to class. Limited enrolment.

Please Note:

A supply list will be emailed prior to class to the email address supplied when registering for the course.

Sorry this course is currently full
Please call 204-789-0435 or email lifelonglearning@wsd1.org to have your name put on a waiting list

DY3 - W18 | $150.00 (includes GST)
Arts and Technology Centre, Louis Riel School Division - Room 107
Jan. 10 - Feb. 7 | W | 6:00 PM - 9:30 PM

SMALL ENGINE REPAIR - LEVEL II

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Instructor: Louis Riel School Division Instructor

This course is designed for the individual who wants to grasp more diagnostic skills of the electrical and carburetor systems in a small engine operation. The course builds on skills learned in the Small Engines Level One course. Items covered in the course will be carburetors, ignition and electrical systems. Students are to bring small engines not running to first day of class, and will need to bring some basic tools. A supply list will be e-mailed prior to class. Limited enrolment.

Requirements

Prerequisite: Small Engine Repair Level I.

Please Note:

No class February 21

DY5 - W18 - | $150.00 (includes GST)
Arts and Technology Centre, Louis Riel School Division - Room 107
Feb. 14 - Mar. 21 | W | 6:00 PM - 9:30 PM
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