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Welding I

R8672 (2 Credits)
Grades 10, 11, 12

Welding is required by a wide variety of industries—anywhere fusible materials and high heat are needed to manufacture, repair, or alter tools and products. Students in Welding I are taught to use manual welding, cutting, and electrical arc welding processes to fabricate and join metal parts according to diagrams, blueprints, and specifications. Students will also learn all safety related practices and techniques, including earning the OSHA 10 card. Workplace Readiness is offered as an approved Industry Certification.

Welding II

R8673 (2 Credits)
Grades 11, 12

This course teaches advanced welding students how to fine-tune their craft and to perform welds in various positions, using multiple welding processes. Welding is required by a wide variety of industries—anywhere fusible materials and high heat are needed to manufacture, repair, or alter products. Professional welders are in high-demand and can earn accordingly. Workplace Readiness is offered as an approved Industry Certification.

Welding III

R8674 (2 Credits)
Grade 12

This welding capstone course teaches the industry's emerging technologies and how to demonstrate gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW) and shielded metal arc welding (SMAW) pipe tests. Students are prepared to earn relevant industry credentials toward employment in production or manufacturing facilities. Students enrolling in Level III must have successfully completed Level I and Level II competencies and have permission from the course instructor. NCCER CORE and AWS are offered as approved Industry certifications.