Mapping--CA-Welding Technology by xiaopangnv

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									2012-13                                                                   SLO Mapping
 CA-Welding   PLO #1    Demonstrate safe welding and shop practice.
 Technology

              PLO #2    Set up and operate hand and power tools and manual or semi-automatic welding equipment, such as SMAW, OAW,
                        OAC, OABW, PAC, AAW, CAC, GMAW, FCAW, MIG, and MAG.
              PLO #3    Identify and demonstrate weld procedures, manipulative techniques, processes, layout, concepts, and theory to
                        produce welds common to the weld industry.
                                                                            Course SLO's                                                           PLO PLO

  Course #    Outcome   Outcome                                                                                                                    #1   #2
                 #
  IT-60A         1      Interpret basic engineering drawings to identify machine part feature locations.
  IT-60A         2      Construct orthographic, isometric, and oblique sketches from given information.
  IT-60A         3      Analyze basic Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerance (GD&T) symbols.
 MATH-120        1      Evaluate and interpret general functions symbolically, numerically, and graphically.
 MATH-120        2      Produce an accurate graph of each function type introduced in the course, identifying and plotting all salient features.

 MATH-120        3      Demonstrate appropriate use of technology in analyzing the behavior of functions presented in the course.

 MATH-120        4      Use mathematical models to analyze and interpret real‐world situations.
 MATH-120        5      Use sound mathematical writing and appropriate use of symbolism in presenting solutions of mathematical exercises
                        and applications.
   MT-10         1      Use appropriate measuring tools to industry standards.
   MT-10         2      Use layout tools to accurately produce a machined part.
   MT-10         3      Distinguish the correct tool and safely and correctly set up and operate various machine tools using accurate speed
                        and feed calculations.
   MT-52         1      Demonstrate and exercise safe shop practices.
   MT-52         2      Set up and adjust OAW equipment with correct setting for neutral flame.
   MT-52         3      Describe, produce, and evaluate polished, hardened, and tensile samples.
   MT-52         4      Explain metallurgy terms and testing.
   MT-52         5      Create lab records of test procedures.
   WT-53         1      Demonstrate shop safety and exercise safe welding practices.
   WT-53         2      Set up and operate oxy-acetylene (OAW) and electric arc welding equipment (SMAW).
   WT-53         3      Manipulate materials, tools and equipment for OAW and SMAW welding.
   WT-53         4      Adjust equipment with correct pressures and amperages for specific welds and cuts.



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2012-13                                                                 SLO Mapping
 CA-Welding   PLO #1    Demonstrate safe welding and shop practice.
 Technology

              PLO #2    Set up and operate hand and power tools and manual or semi-automatic welding equipment, such as SMAW, OAW,
                        OAC, OABW, PAC, AAW, CAC, GMAW, FCAW, MIG, and MAG.
              PLO #3    Identify and demonstrate weld procedures, manipulative techniques, processes, layout, concepts, and theory to
                        produce welds common to the weld industry.
                                                                         Course SLO's                                                        PLO PLO

  Course #    Outcome   Outcome                                                                                                              #1   #2
                 #
   WT-53         5      Describe, produce, and evaluate basic weld joints and preparation.
   WT-53         6      Weld mild steel with OAW and SMAW processes to industry standards.
   WT-53         7      Identify and explain particular welds, techniques, procedures and processes.
   WT-54         1      Demonstrate shop safety and exercise safe welding practices.
   WT-54         2      Set up and operate oxy-acetylene (OAW), air-acetylene (AAW), air-propane (APW), and electric arc welding equipment
                        (SMAW).
   WT-54         3      Demonstrate manipulative skills in OAW, SMAW, OABW, and AAW welding and soldering.
   WT-54         4      Adjust equipment with correct pressures and amperages for specific welds and cuts.
   WT-54         5      Describe, produce, and evaluate basic weld joints and preparation.
   WT-54         6      Weld mild steel with OAW and SMAW processes to industry standards.
   WT-54         7      Braze mild steel with OABW and solder copper pipe with AAW or APW.
   WT-54         8      Identify and explain particular welds, techniques, procedures and processes.
   WT-56         1      Demonstrate shop safety and exercise safe welding practices.
   WT-56         2      Set up and operate oxy-acetylene (OAW) and electric arc welding equipment (SMAW).
   WT-56         3      Demonstrate intermediate-advanced welding skills in OAW and SMAW welding.
   WT-56         4      Adjust equipment with correct pressures and amperages for specific welds and cuts.
   WT-56         5      Describe, produce, and evaluate advanced weld joints and preparation.
   WT-56         6      Cut mild steel with OAC in all positions.
   WT-67         1      Demonstrate shop safety and exercise safe welding practices.
   WT-67         2      Set up, adjust, and operate oxy-acetylene welding (OAW), shielded metal arc welding (SMAW), and gas metal arc
                        welding (GMAW) equipment.
   WT-67         3      Demonstrate manipulative skills in OAW, SMAW, and GMAW welding.
   WT-67         4      Produce weld joints and understand terminology, design, and preparation.
   WT-67         5      Weld OAW, SMAW, GMAW and cut mild steel with OAW and plasma processes.


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2012-13                                                                  SLO Mapping
 CA-Welding   PLO #1    Demonstrate safe welding and shop practice.
 Technology

              PLO #2    Set up and operate hand and power tools and manual or semi-automatic welding equipment, such as SMAW, OAW,
                        OAC, OABW, PAC, AAW, CAC, GMAW, FCAW, MIG, and MAG.
              PLO #3    Identify and demonstrate weld procedures, manipulative techniques, processes, layout, concepts, and theory to
                        produce welds common to the weld industry.
                                                                           Course SLO's                                                       PLO PLO

  Course #    Outcome   Outcome                                                                                                               #1   #2
                 #
   WT-67         6      Demonstrate welding knowledge by passing written exams (optional).
   WT-67         7      Pass AWS welder certification exam (example: 3/8" bend test).
   WT-90         1      Demonstrate shop safety and exercise safe welding practices.
   WT-90         2      Set up, adjust, and operate metal inert gas (MIG-MAG) welding, tungsten inert gas (TIG) welding, and plasma-cutting
                        equipment .
   WT-90         3      Demonstrate manipulative skills in basic MIG-MAG welding, TIG welding, and plasma cutting.
   WT-90         4      Describe, produce, and evaluate basic weld joints and preparation.
   WT-90         5      Weld and cut ferrous and nonferrous materials.
   WT-90         6      Identify and explain particular welds, techniques, procedures and processes.
   WT-91         1      Demonstrate shop safety and exercise safe welding practices.
   WT-91         2      Set up, adjust, and operate metal inert gas (MIG-MAG) welding, tungsten inert gas (TIG) welding, and plasma-cutting
                        equipment .
   WT-91         3      Demonstrate manipulative skills in advanced MIG-MAG welding, TIG welding, and plasma cutting.
   WT-91         4      Describe, produce, and evaluate intermediate to advanced weld joints and preparation.
   WT-91         5      Weld and cut ferrous and nonferrous materials.
   WT-91         6      Identify and explain particular welds, techniques, procedures and processes.
  WAT-180        1      Develop solutions for word problems related to water treatment/distribution systems and wastewater
                        treatment/collection systems.
  WAT-180        2      Evaluate results of process-control calculations and compare to industry standards.
  WAT-180        3      Describe the implementation of process-control calculation results.
  WAT-180        4      Communicate analytical solutions accurately using graphs and charts.
  WAT-180        5      Read, write, and speak accurately about process functions using correct mathematical notation.




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2012-13           CA-Welding        Mapped SLO   EX: ART 1A.2
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