Chabot WELD 67A - Course Outline (2 pages)

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Weld 67a - Welding Skills Laboratory
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Chabot College Fall 2005 Removed Fall 2010 Course Outline for Welding Technology 67A WELDING SKILLS LABORATORY Catalog Description 67A Welding Skills Laboratory May be repeated three times 2 units Development and improvement of practical welding skills using SMAW FCAW MIG GMAW and GTAW Strongly recommended Welding Technology 64A 6 hours laboratory Typical contact hours laboratory 105 Prerequisite Skills None Expected Outcomes for Students Upon completion of the course the student should be able to 1 2 3 4 5 6 handle welding and shop equipment in a safe manner identify common metals metal alloys and their properties demonstrate proper usage of welding power supply correctly identify and properly use electrodes flux core wires and welding consumables identify hazardous material and apply safety norms in shop environment perform sound welding tests in flat and horizontal positions using SMAW and FCAW processes according to AWS codes 7 properly maintain shop and welding equipment Course Content 1 2 3 4 5 Shop welding and cutting equipment safety Metals and metals alloy physical and mechanical properties Metals and metals alloy weld ability Shop and welding equipment maintenance and proper usage Fundamentals and techniques employed in performing sound welding tests in 1G 2G 1F and 2F positions 6 AWS codes and standards apply for flat and horizontal welding positions Methods of Presentation 1 Demonstration of welding skills 2 Individual instruction 3 Collaborative peer groups Chabot College Course outline for Welding Technology 67A Page 2 Fall 2005 Assignments and Methods of Evaluating Student Progress 1 Typical Assignments a Perform welding on plates using flux core arc welding b Discuss in class welding discontinuities and defects c Perform destructive bending test on steel welded plates d Students are assigned selected projects to develop occupational entry level skills 2 Methods of Evaluating Student Progress a Laboratory task list as required by the instructor



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