APPLIED WELDING TECHNOLOGIES PROGRAM
Program Length: 4 semesters
Program Site: Ybor City Campus Training Center
Class Time: Monday - Thursday, 5:00pm - 10:30pm
Course Requirements for Applied Welding Technologies Program Certificate
Hours Required for Completion: 1170 clock hours
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***Note: Our most recent orientation was held on Thursday, November 21, 2013. If you are still considering entering the Applied Welding Technology program, please contact us as soon as possible to be placed on our prospective student list for our upcoming courses. We will be offering a day and an evening option.***
250 HoursThe welder helper course provides the basic shop skills and safety practices needed to participate in shop activities. This includes basic mathematic operations, measuring and grinding, and communication skills. Also, students will gain and demonstrate oxyfuel cutting and welding practices to create finished projects. This course includes a basic coverage of shielded metal arc welding.
Welder, shielded metal arc
250 HoursThe shielded metal arc welding course gives students a working understanding of intermediate shielded metal arc processes, including all position V-groove welds. Also taught in this course are welding drawing, blueprint, and symbol interpretation skills, metal identification skills, and health and safety regulation overviews.
WELDer, gas-metal arc
125 HoursIn this course, students will be provided with a basic to intermediate knowledge of gas-metal arc processes. Set-up and operation of gas metal arc equipment and performance of basic fillet and groove welds will be performed by students. During this course, in addition to GMAW welding practice, the students will receive lectures on ethical and legal obligations and personal financial responsibility.
Welder, flux cored arc
As a result of the flux cored welding section, student will be expected to demonstrate a working knowledge of the equipment and accessories used in the flux cored arc welding process. Also discussed in this section is the role of teamwork and trust in the welder’s workplace, as well as leadership skills and employability skills such as positive work behaviors.
welder, gas-tungsten arc
Students who attend this course will be provided with the knowledge required to produce acceptable fillet and groove welds using the gas-tungsten arc welding process, as well as to set up and maintain the related equipment to this process.
270 HoursIn the final welding course, methods of fabricating and welding joints in pipe, with a variety of positions, up to industry standards. In addition to that, students will gain the ability to repair ferrous and non-ferrous metals, as well as fabricate products according to a drawing or blueprint.