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About the Welding - Structural Welding Certificate

Catalog Year: 2016-2017 (view other years)
Minimum credits required:  16

Gainful Employment Data

The Structural Welding certificate prepares students for employment in positions requiring competency in the field of welding. Coursework may upgrade skills and assist in career advancement for currently employed welders.

 

Program-Specific Requirements

Course Course Title Hours
WLD130 Oxyacetylene

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
WLD 130. Oxyacetylene (4). Safety, oxyacetylene welding, flame cutting, brazing fundamentals and fuel gases. Competency mastery required. Two lecture. Six lab.

COURSE CONTENT:
1. Safety in the workplace
2. Oxyacetylene safety and equipment
3. Welding vocabulary
4. Welding fuel gases
5. Oxyacetylene fillet and groove welds
6. Manual and machine cutting
7. Fillet and groove braze welds
8. Identifying proper and improper welds and cuts

LEARNING OUTCOMES:
1. Explain and use oxyacetylene safety procedures. (1,2)
2. Explain oxyacetylene welding theory, based on its method of operation, equipment and application. (2-8)
3. Operate oxyacetylene equipment to weld, cut, braze, and braze weld to industry requirements. (4-8)
4. Identify and use welding vocabulary. (2-8)

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WLD140 Arc I

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
WLD 140. Arc I (4). Fundamentals of basic shielded metal arc welding (SMAW) procedures, equipment and safety. Two lecture. Six lab.

COURSE CONTENT:
1. SMAW safety and equipment
2. Machine adjustments and operation
3. SMAW techniques in various positions
4. Selection of electrodes for shielded metal arc welding.
5. Terminology and symbols

LEARNING OUTCOMES:
1. Explain and use shielded metal arc welding safety procedures. (1)
2. Explain shielded metal arc welding theory, based on its method of operation, equipment and application. (2-5)
3. Operate shielded metal arc welding equipment to industry requirements. (1-5)

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WLD145 Arc II

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
WLD 145. Arc II (4). Advanced shielded metal arc welding procedures, equipment, safety and cutting techniques. Prerequisite: WLD 140. Two lecture. Six lab.

COURSE CONTENT:
1. Safety
2. Multiple pass welds in all positions
3. Single V-groove joint welds with backing in all positions
4. Single V-groove joint welds without backing in all positions
5. Preparation, welding, testing and evaluation of V-groove bend specimens to American Welding Society standards.
6. Cutting with carbon arc, plasma arc cutting, and oxy-fuel cutting equipment

LEARNING OUTCOMES:
1. Explain and use shielded metal arc welding safety procedures. (1)
2. Explain shielded metal arc welding theory, based on its method of operation, equipment, and applications. (1-6)
3. Operate shielded metal arc welding equipment to industry requirements. (1-5)
4. Operate shielded metal arc welding equipment to industry requirements. (1-5)
5. Operate carbon arc cutting, plasma arc cutting, and oxy-fuel cutting equipment. (6)

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WLD156 Blueprint Reading

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
WLD 156. Blueprint Reading (4). Fundamentals of reading and interpreting blueprints and welding symbols as they apply to the welding trade. Three lecture. Three lab.

COURSE CONTENT:
1. Symbols for welding
2. Fillet weld symbols
3. Plug, slot, spot and seam weld symbols
4. Groove weld symbols
5. Orthographic views
6. Standard drawing lines and symbols
7. Surface and centerline relationships
8. Auxiliary views
9. Mathematics for welders and fitters
10. Interpreting blueprint information
11. Dimensional tolerance and stock allowance
12. Set-up tools

LEARNING OUTCOMES:
1. Interpret welding symbols. (1-4)
2. Interpret types of lines, views, symbols, structural shapes and sectional views on master welding blueprints. (5-8)
3. Interpret various note specifications and dimensions found on master welding blueprints. (9-12)

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Program Outcomes

Call and get advisedUpon successful completion of the Welding - Structural  Certificate program, the learner will be able to:

  1. Explain and use welding safety procedures. (WLD130, WLD140, WLD145)
  2. Interpret welding blueprints. (WLD156)
  3. Operate oxyacetylene equipment to weld, cut, braze,and braze weld to industry requirements. (WLD130)
  4. Operate shielded metal arc welding equipment to industry requirements. (WLD140, WLD145)