Please see the program guide for a complete list of required courses for this program. Click on one of the links below to view course descriptions in the following areas:
Theory, application and practice of arc and oxyacetylene welding and cutting.
Course in welding styles such as GTAW, FCAW and GMAW used in joining exotic metals or metal alloys which may include but is not limited to titanium, tungsten, inconel, aluminum and stainless steel. Prerequisites: WELD 128 or WELD 131 or WELD 132.
Introduces students to a general overview of information needed to pass the three parts of the American Welding Society's exam for Certified Welding Inspector.
Prepares students for the American Welding Society D1.1 Certified Welding Inspector exam, known as Exam Part C. Course will focus on the contents of the book and how to quickly locate important information.