Department of Industrial Technology
Course Outline - Welding Technology (10-12)
Prerequisite: Successful completion of Introduction to Metals Technology with a final grade of “C” or instructor approval.
It is strongly recommended that students complete “Introduction to Drafting and Design” prior to taking this course.
Welding technology introduces students to more advanced concepts of MIG, Arc and Oxy welding. Students will build on the basic skills and knowledge of Introduction to Metals Technology. Students will use their skills to complete required and individual projects agreed upon by the instructor and the student. Lab time will be utilized to develop the students’ skill, while emphasizing safe work habits.
1. Students will develop a strong work ethic while applying a constant concern for safety while working in the metal shop.
2. Cut shaped parts accurately using the plasma and oxy-fuel gas-cutting process.
3. Produce required quality welds in various positions.
4. Produce a working drawing, develop a plan of procedure and a Bill of Material to complete a quality project.
A. Sketch weld types
A. Review Safety Procedures in the Metals Shop
B. Safety Test
III. Complete Welds in Various Positions
A. Gas Welding Safety Precautions
B. Advanced Gas Welding Procedures
C. Brazing and Braze Welding
A. Safety Precautions for Arc Welding
B. Advanced Gas Welding Techniques
VII. Plan a Project
A. Orthographic Drawing
B. Plan of Procedure
C. Bill of Material