Welding Technology

Students will be able to:

  • use written communication to effectively present technical information

  • effectively work as a team to present answers to test/quiz questions

  • effectively present a technical welding-related document in an oral presentation

  • analyze welding parameters/conditions  to correct related problems

  • make accurate measurements to 1/16 of an inch and/or one millimeter

  • measure angles within 1

  • calculate areas with sufficient accuracy for welded fabrication

  • calculate volumes with sufficient accuracy for welded fabrication

  • accurately calculate tensile strength from given data

  • accurately measure welding travel speed

  • make accurate common conversions from English system to Metric system and vice-versa

  • convert fractional measurements to decimal measurements and vice-versa

  • identify unethical situations as they relate to the welding profession

  • analyze situations and select appropriate ethical behaviors as they relate to the welding profession

  • discuss and model good employee behavior

  • demonstrate proper set up of welding power sources

  • demonstrate proper set up of welding wire feeders

  • demonstrate proper set up of submerged arc equipment

  • demonstrate proper set up of air carbon arc equipment

  • demonstrate proper set up and shut down of oxy-acetylene equipment

  • demonstrate civic responsibility by performing community service projects

Academic Year    
2014/2015    
2013/2014 Plan Report
2012/2013 Plan Report
2011/2012 Plan Report
2010/2011 Plan Report 1 Report 2 Report 3 Report 4 Report 5 Report 6 Report 7 Report 8
2009/2010 Plan Report
2008/2009   Report
2007/2008 Plan  
2006/2007 Plan Report
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