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Student Learning Outcomes

Discipline: Certificate: Automotive Welding, Cutting & Modification - 24406
Course Name Course Number Objectives
Basic Electric Arc Welding WELD 51 (VOC)
  • Students will be able to demonstrate a variety of electric welding processes used in bonding metals.
  • Students will demonstrate safe operation of welding equipment.
  • Students will be able to use reference charts to select filler material
  • Each student will demonstrate knowledge of which process is most commonly used for different aspects of the welding and what advantage it will provide to that aspect of the industry
  • Utilize different types of power sources used for welding in shield metal arc, gas metal arc, gas tungsten arc and flux cored arc welding processes. (MO)
  • Use a vocabulary of terms and conditions related to the welding trades. (MO)
  • Explain and demonstrate safe and efficient operation of welding equipment. (SLO/MO
  • Apply safety principles in arc welding procedures. (MO)
  • Calculate times required to complete quality welding used with the electric arc welding processes. (MO)
  • Demonstrate and describe how to set electric arc welding machines using gas metal arc, shield metal arc, gas tungsten arc and the flux cored arc welding processes. (MO)
  • Demonstrate daily maintenance of a safe work place environment. (MO)
  • Use and interpret reference charts to select filler material. (SLO/MO)
Oxyacetylene Welding WELD 50
  • Use and interpret charts to select filler material. (MO)
  • Students will be able to identify the characteristics of metals and their reaction to welding processes.
  • Students will be able to recognize problems of gas fluctuation in welding and cutting operations.
  • Each student use proper names of equipment and supplies used in oxyfuel welding
  • Demonstrate skill in oxyacetylene welding. (MO)
  • Demonstrate appropriate maintenance of welding equipment in the work place. (MO)
  • Explain and demonstrate safe and efficient operation of welding equipment. (MO)
  • Calculate the time required to complete quality welding used with the oxyacetylene process. (MO)
Welding Metallurgy WELD 53A (VOC)
  • Interpret iron-carbon relationship and its effect on welding of ferrous metals. (MO
  • Students will be able to explain the use of metallurgy tools and equipment as a means of determining weld soundness.
  • Students will explain the industrial processes of manufacturing ferrous and non-ferrous metals.
  • Students will run hardness tests and other assessments means to understand how grain structure relates to strength and ductility of metals.
  • Describe nature of metals and the relationship between their structural and mechanical properties. (MO)
  • Describe effects of alloying metals in relationship to a welding procedure. (MO)
  • Examine the purpose of pre- and post-heat treatments on welded metals. (MO)
  • Compare and contrast the cause of deformation on welded metals. (MO)
  • Recognize effects of alloying materials in ferrous and non-ferrous metals. (MO)
  • Identify crystal structure of metals and their changes in heat treatment processes. (MO)
  • Utilize metallurgy tools and equipment as a means of determining weld soundness. (SLO/MO)