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GMAW FUNDAMENTALS (Gas Metal Arc Welding), WELD CE013

Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW) is more commonly referred to as MIG welding. This course consists of approximately 10 hours in the classroom learning the fundamentals of GMAW theory with the balance of time developing hands-on GMAW skills with practice in the welding lab. The focus will be on learning and practicing proper welding techniques for fillet and groove welds. Welding safety gear is required and a textbook is highly recommended, especially for students interested in pursuing work in the field or further study. Typical welding jobs require training, experience, a sharp eye for detail and a strict adherence to safety and housekeeping rules. This course is open to first-time welding students and has no prerequisites. For students taking this class as their first welding course, an additional class fee for welding safety gear and a textbook will apply. Required safety gear includes: welding helmet, gloves, jacket, and safety glasses. HOURS: 45, TUITION $875

 

FCAW FUNDAMENTALS (Flux Core Arc Welding) HOURS: 45, TUITION $875

Flux Core Arc Welding (FCAW) is critical to manufacturing, production and many other applications.  This course consists of approximately 10 hours in the classroom learning the fundamentals of FCAW theory with the balance of time developing hands-on skills with practice in the welding lab.  The focus will be on learning and practicing proper welding techniques for fillet and groove welds in various positions.  Welding safety gear is required and a textbook is highly recommended, especially for students interested in pursuing work in the field or further study. Typical welding jobs require training, experience, a sharp eye for detail and a strict adherence to safety and housekeeping rules.  This course is open to first-time welding students and has no pre-requisites.  For students taking this class as their first welding course, an additional expense for welding safety gear and a textbook will apply.  Required safety gear includes: welding helmet, gloves, jacket, and safety glasses.

 

SMAW FUNDAMENTALS 1 (Shielded Metal Arc Welding) HOURS: 45, TUITION $875

Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW), commonly referred to as "stick" welding is critical to construction and applications where portable welding equipment is preferred.  This course consists of approximately 5 hours in the classroom learning the fundamentals of SMAW theory with the balance of time developing hands-on skills with practice in the welding lab.  The focus will be on learning and practicing proper welding techniques for fillet and groove welds in flat and horizontal positions.  Welding safety gear is required and a textbook is highly recommended, especially for students interested in pursuing work in the field or further study.  Typical welding jobs require training, experience, a sharp eye for detail and a strict adherence to safety and housekeeping rules.  This course is open to first-time welding students and has no pre-requisites.  For students taking this class as their first welding course, an additional expense for welding safety gear and a textbook will apply.  Required safety gear includes: welding helmet, gloves, jacket, and safety glasses.

 

SMAW FUNDAMENTALS 2 (Shielded Metal Arc Welding) HOURS: 45, TUITION $875

Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW), also known as "stick" welding is critical to construction and applications where portable welding equipment is preferred.  This course consists of approximately 5 hours in the classroom learning the fundamentals of SMAW theory with the balance of time developing hands-on skills with practice in the welding lab.  The focus will be on learning and practicing proper welding techniques for fillet and groove welds in vertical and overhead positions.  Required safety gear includes: welding helmet, gloves, jacket, and safety glasses.  This class has a prerequisite: SMAW 1 Fundamentals

 

WELDING TECHNICIAN PROGRAM, WELD CE426

This 180-hour PROGRAM is designed to develop individuals to be hired into an entry level position in the high-demand field of Welding Technology. It consists of either two to four classes combined that cover OJT, P and email techniques. Essential welding gear is included as part of the first class, and after completing 135 hours of training (3 classes) a student may choose to perform a welding test that will be evaluated according to the American Welding Society (GMAW) D1.1 standard. There is an additional lab fee required for testing. Program participants will receive welding theory in the classroom and practical welding skills in the welding lab. The focus will be on learning and practicing proper welding technique for traditional welding positions. Typical welding jobs require training, experience, a sharp eye for detail and a strict adherence to safety. More details about the required classes is explained below. HOURS: 180, TUITION: $3500 (class expenses: $310) This program includes all 4 of the welding classes listed below.
 

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