Welder - Licensed
Technology and Health Division
This program is designed to prepare students for entry-level employment in the broad field of welding, including manufacturing construction, fabrication and repair. Through theoretical and hand-on skills coursework students prepare for industry licensing with an understanding of current guidelines and standards. Particular emphasis is placed on those competencies required for certification in structural steel welding. Course sequences can be modified to reflect industry experience or other individual needs.
|Course Prefix||Course Name||Units|
|WELD 40||Introduction to Welding 1||2|
|WELD 50||Oxyacetylene Welding||2|
|WELD 51||Basic Electric Arc Welding||2|
|WELD 53A||Welding Metallurgy||3|
|WELD 60||Print Reading and Computations for Welders||3|
|WELD 70A||Beginning Arc Welding||3|
|WELD 70B||Intermediate Arc Welding||3|
|WELD 70C||Certification for Welders||3|
|WELD 80||Construction Fabrication and Welding||3|
|WELD 81||Pipe and Tube Welding||3|
1 - Note: Any higher level welding courses may be substituted for WELD 40.
Program Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this program, a student will be able to: .
- Be technically competent.
- Be employed or seeking employment in their area or a related area.
- Identify print views, lines and dimensioning methods.
Review Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs) for this program.