The welding program offers practical training and relevant theory in electric, oxy-acetylene welding, inert gas shielded metal arc welding, flux-core arc welding, shielded metal arc welding, non-destructive testing and quality assurance, and CNC plasma cutting.
Upon successful completion of this program, students should be able to:
- Demonstrate basic competencies in the four primary welding processes used in industry today.
- Use welding electrodes E6010, E6011, E7018 in four positions.
- Interpret blueprints and welding symbols.
- Demonstrate non-destructive testing and basic metallurgy required in industry.
- Electives in Welding Occupations 2 Credits - Choose one of the following:
|WLD 150 - Welding Design||2|
|WLD 151 - Testing and Inspection of Welds||2|
|WLD 152 - Welding Codes and Specifications||2|
|WLD 153 - Soldering, Brazing and Brace Welding||2|
Total Credits: 28
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