Center for Curriculum and Transfer Articulation
Major: 5444
First Term: 2006 Fall   
Award: CCL  
Total Credits: 27
CIP Code: 48.0508

Occupational Area: Manufacturing
Instructional Council: Applied Technology (57)
GPA: 2.00
SOC Code:

Description: The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Welding develops skills in oxyacetylene (gas) and electric (arc) welding with emphasis on preparing for the American Welding Society. Arc certification exam.

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Required Courses
DFT110 Technical Drafting I 3
GTC216 Properties of Materials 3
WLD101 Welding I 3
WLD106 Arc Welding 5
+ WLD206 Advanced Welding - Heliarc and Wire Feed 5
+ WLD208 Advanced Arc Welding - Certification 5
+ WLD225 Welding Inspection and Quality Control 3
Credits: 27

Program Competencies
1. Prepare drawings using drafting instrument/equipment such as drafting machine, triangles, scales (English and Metric), templates, bow compass, lettering guide and mechanical pencils. (DFT110)
2. Identify, analyze, and utilize the physical, mechanical and chemical properties of materials used in manufacturing. (GTC216)
3. Select and safely perform the appropriate welding operation including oxy-acetylene welding, brazing, cutting, and electric arc-welding. (WLD101)
4. Perform various types of welding beads on various joints in position and out of position, and analyze welding quality as it relates to inspection and quality control. (WLD106)
5. Apply theory, practice, set-up and operation of all types of machines concerning tig, mig, and sub-arc welding with emphasis on tungsten inert gas and wire feed. (WLD206)
6. Perform all "out of position" welding tasks in preparation for certification test, and perform A.W.S. test in vertical and overhead positions. (WLD208)
7. Describe quality control standards and practices applied in welding inspection in the construction and fabrication industries, and explain the requirements, role, and responsibilities of the welding inspector. (WLD225)
MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 2-28-06

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