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					                                              Muskegon Area Career Tech Center
                                                             Welding
                                                        COURSE SYLLABUS

INSTRUCTORS NAME(S):           Mike Lorey                                                PARA-PROFESSIONAL(S): Chanol Wilkie-Jones

DATE:        10/1/03

Career Pathway:        Engineering, Manufacturing and Industrial Technology

Career Cluster(s):     Manufacturing
                       Architecture and Construction

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:

Classroom instruction combined with HANDS-ON training enables students to develop knowledge and skills in welding safety, use of tools,
proper techniques in brazing, flame and plasma cutting, gas metal arc (mig), gas tungsten arc (tig), and shielded metal arc (stick electrode)
welding processes and apply them according to diagrams, blueprints and written specifications. Students may advance at their own pace in
developing these techniques and skills. Second Year students will apply their knowledge and skills to higher competency levels expected of
entry to intermediate level welders. It is helpful if a student has some previous mechanical drawing coursework and math aptitude.

PROGRAM GRADING PRACTICES:

1.   A student that earns a ―D‖ letter grade will receive high school credit but no job recommendation from the instructor(s).
2.   A student that earns a ―C‖ letter grade will receive high school credit with job recommendation from Instructor.
3.   A student that earns a ―B‖ letter grade or higher, will receive high school credit, job recommendations, and articulated college credit from
     participating colleges/universities.

Students marking period evaluations will be based on the following component areas and percentages indicated.
                                         Employability Traits 30%
                                         Tasks (Quantity) 30%
                                         Tasks (Quality) 30%
                                         Tests 10%

Note: Each marking period (2/semester) grade equals 40% of the semester grade; a semester exam equals 20% of the semester grade.

PROGRAM CIP CODE: 48.0508                                                                                  P.S.N.: 07508

TEXTBOOK(s),           No formal textbook used. An assortment of handouts, texts, and video will be used. Several methods of instruction will
be used during the course including but not limited to: lectures, films, visuals, demonstrations, and one- on -one training. See the bibliography
at the end of the syllabus for a reference material list.

SOFTWARE:
      Microsoft Word
      Internet Explorer

ASSESSMENT:            NOCTI (Welding, No. 2072), American Welding Society – S.E.N.S.E.

SPECIAL FEATURES OF THE PROGRAM:
       Welding provides students with "real world" experience working on projects from local community members and industry.
       Work-based learning opportunities are available.
       Articulated college credit is available from Ferris State University, Baker College and Muskegon Community College.

JOB TITLES AVAILABLE                                                       JOB TITLES REQUIRING
AT NCCTC:                                                                  FURTHER TRAINING/CERTIFICATION:

Stick Welder                                     (SOC 51-4121.01)          Welding Supervisor                           (SOC 51-1011.00)
Mig Welder                                       (SOC 51-4122.02)          Welding Engineer                             (SOC 17-2131.00)
Tig Welder                                       (SOC 51-4122.02)          Hoist and Winch Operators                    (SOC 53-7041.00)
Metal Fabricator Apprentice                      (SOC 51-2041.01)          Boilermakers                                 (SOC 47-2011.00)
Shear Operator                                   (SOC 51-4031.04)          Plumbers/Pipe Fitters                        (SOC 47-3015-00)
Production Laborers/Welder Helper                (SOC 51-9198.01)          Iron Workers                                 (SOC 47-2171.00)
Sheet Metal Apprentice                           (SOC 47-2211.00)          Sheet Metal Worker                           (SOC 47-2211.00)
   Press Brake Operator                             (SOC 51-4031.03)          Maintenance & Repair Workers             (SOC 49-9042.00)
   Steel Band Saw Operator                          (SOC 51-4081.02)          Mech. Equip./Supplies Sales Rep.         (SOC 41-4011.04)


Related Occupation Reprints from the Occupational Outlook Handbook:

 Assemblers and Fabricators:                             http://www.bls.gov/oco/ocos217.htm
 Boilermakers:                                           http://www.bls.gov/oco/ocos221.htm
 Industrial Machinery Installation, Repair, and
 Maintenance Workers:                                    http://www.bls.gov/oco/ocos191.htm
 Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders—
 Metal and Plastic:                                      http://www.bls.gov/oco/ocos224.htm
 Sheet Metal Workers:                                    http://www.bls.gov/oco/ocos214.htm
 Pipelayers, Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters:    http://www.bls.gov/oco/ocos211.htm
 Welding, Soldering, and Brazing Workers:                http://www.bls.gov/oco/ocos226.htm



College Programs: The following post-secondary institutions allow for articulated college credit(s) through MACTC.

 Ferris State University:                                 http://www.ferris.edu/
    Welding Technology:                                   http://www.ferris.edu/htmls/colleges/technolo/weldingt.htm

 Muskegon Community College:                              http://www.muskegon.cc.mi.us/
   Welding Technology:                                    http://www.muskegoncc.edu/servlets/mcc?/home/sapkowsk/www/programs/p115.htm
   Industrial Technology:                                 http://www.muskegoncc.edu/servlets/mcc?/home/sapkowsk/www/programs/p111.htm
   Materials Technology:                                  http://www.muskegoncc.edu/servlets/mcc?/home/sapkowsk/www/programs/p114.htm




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                                    Muskegon Area Career Tech Center
                                                  Welding
                                       First 9-Week Marking Period
                                                All Students

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES:

Students will perform the following objectives as measured in actual laboratory conditions according to A.W.S.
and A.S.M.E codes.

Students will be able to:

1.     Safety
1-01. Identify personnel protective clothing
1-02. Identify work area hazards
1-03. Identify proper ventilation used for welding
1-04. Identify fire prevention and protection
1-05. Maintain, use and safely work with machines, tooling and equipment
1-06. Use power equipment, grinder, drill press and power saw safely/correctly
1-07. Identify confined space hazards
1-08. 1-08.Identify O.S.H.A.
1-09. 1-09.Identify M.S.D.S
1-10. 1-10.Identify Lock-Out, Tag-Out procedures

2.     Electrical Fundamentals
2-01. Identify AC-DC fundamentals
2-02. Identify polarity setup
2-03. Identify minor troubleshooting (Arc Blow)
2-04. Identify electrical safety

3.     Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW)
4-01. Demonstrate safety procedures for shielded metal arc welding
4-02. Select polarity and current for electrode
4-03. Identify and make proper electrode selection for base material and material thickness or follow WPS
      (weld procedure specification)
4-04. Identify joint design and prepare material for WPS
4-05. Make minor external repairs to equipment and accessories
4-06. Set up for shielded metal arc welding operations on plain carbon steel
4-07. Build a pad of beads with E6010 electrodes in the flat position
4-08. Build a pad of beads with E7018 electrodes in the flat position
4-09. Build a pad of beads with E6010 electrodes in the horizontal position
4-10. Build a pad of beads with E7018 electrodes in the horizontal position
4-11. Visually inspect SMAW welds
4-12. Make a horizontal fillet weld with E6010 electrodes (2F)
4-13. Make a horizontal fillet weld with E7018 electrodes (2F)
4-14. Make a vertical fillet weld with E6010 electrodes (3F)
4-15. Make a vertical fillet weld with E7018 electrodes (3F)
4-16. Make an overhead fillet weld with E6010 electrodes (4F)
4-17. Make an overhead fillet weld with E7018 electrodes (4F)
4-18. Make an open V-butt weld on mild steel using E6010 electrodes in the flat position (1G)
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4-19. Make an open V-butt weld on mild steel using E6010 electrodes in the horizontal position (2G)
4-20. Make an open V-butt weld on mild steel using E6010 electrodes in the vertical position (3G)
4-21. Make a V-butt with steel backing weld on mild steel using E7018 electrodes in the flat position (1G)
4-22. Make a V-butt with steel backing weld on mild steel using E7018 electrodes in the horizontal position
      (2G)
4-23. Make a V-butt with steel backing weld on mild steel using E7018 electrodes in the vertical position (3G)

4.     Oxyfuel Gas Cutting Principles and Practices
5-01. Identify proper safety equipment and accessories
5-02. Perform safety inspections of equipment and accessories
5-03. Demonstrate safety procedures
5-04. Handle, make preliminary safety inspection and store cylinders properly
5-05. Identify types of fuel gases and their applications
5-06. Set up, ignite and adjust, and shut down oxyfuel equipment
5-07. Perform straight cutting operation on plain carbon steel
5-08. Perform shape cutting operations on plain carbon steel
5-09. Perform bevel cutting operations on plain carbon steel
5-10. Remove weld metal from plain carbon steel using weld washing techniques
5-11. Set up for machine oxyfuel gas cutting (track burner) operations on plain carbon steel
5-12. Operate machine oxyfuel gas cutting equipment
5-13. Perform straight cutting operations on plain carbon steel
5-14. Perform bevel cutting operations on plain carbon steel




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                                             INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES
                                   THAT SUPPORT FIRST MARKING PERIOD OBJECTIVES
                                              FOR ALL YEAR STUDENTS

Activity                                                                                                                       Hours

Lecture/Discussion, ―Safety and Health of Welders‖ .................................................................. 3.0
Pad of Beads, Surface Weld, Flat Position ................................................................................. 1.0
Lecture/Discussion, ―Visual Inspection and Practical Weld Tests‖ ............................................. 6.0
Fillet Weld, Tee Joint, Horizontal Position ................................................................................. 4.0
Fillet Weld, Tee Joint, Flat Position ........................................................................................... 3.5
String Beads, Plate in Vertical Position, Horizontal Travel ......................................................... 3.5
Square Groove Weld, Butt Joint, Horizontal Position ................................................................ 1.0
Lecture/Discussion ―Electrode Selection‖ .................................................................................. 7.0
Fillet Weld, Lap Joint, Vertical-up Position ................................................................................ 7.0
Fillet Weld, Tee Joint, Vertical-up Position ................................................................................ 7.0
Fillet Weld, Tee Joint, Vertical-up Position ................................................................................ 9.0
Square Groove, Butt Joint, Vertical-up position ......................................................................... 1.0
Lecture/Discussion, ―Power Sources for Welding‖ .................................................................... 6.0
Fillet Weld, Lap Joint, Overhead Position .................................................................................. 7.0
Fillet Weld, Tee Joint, Overhead Position ................................................................................. 3.5
Fillet Weld, Tee Joint, Overhead Position ................................................................................. 3.5
Square Groove Weld, Butt Joint, Overhead Position ................................................................. 1.0
Lecture/Discussion, ― Welding Distortion Control‖ ..................................................................... 3.0
Fillet Weld, Lap Joint, Horizontal Position ................................................................................. 1.5
Lecture/Discussion, ―The Low Hydrogen Electrode and Its Use‖ .............................................. 1.0
Fillet Weld, Tee Joint, Vertical-up Position ................................................................................ 9.5
Fillet Weld, Tee Joint, Overhead Position ................................................................................. 7.0
Fillet Weld, Lap Joint, Horizontal Position ................................................................................. 2.0

TOTAL HOURS ....................................................................................................................... 98.0




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                                     Muskegon Area Career Tech Center
                                                 Welding
                                      Second 9-Week Marking Period
                                              All Students

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES:

Students will perform the following objectives as measured in actual laboratory conditions according to A.W.S.
and A.S.M.E codes.

Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW)
10-01. Identify proper safety equipment and accessories
10-02. Identify safety procedures for gas metal arc welding
10-03. Identify, select and safely handle shielding gases for various metals
10-04. Make minor external repairs to equipment and accessories
10-05. Set up for gas metal arc welding operations on plain carbon steel
10-06. Make a fillet weld in the flat position (1F)
10-07. Make a fillet weld in the horizontal position (2F)
10-08. Make a fillet weld in the vertical position (3F)
10-09. Make a fillet weld in the overhead position (4F)
10-10. Make a square groove butt joint in the flat position
10-11. Make a square groove butt joint in the horizontal position
10-12. Make a square groove butt joint in the vertical down position
10-13. Make a square groove butt joint in the vertical up position
10-14. Make a open V-butt in the flat position (1G)
10-15. Make a open V-butt in the horizontal position (2G)
10-16. Make a open V-butt in the vertical position (3G)
10-17. Make a fillet weld in the flat position on aluminum (1F)
10-18. Make a fillet weld in the horizontal position on aluminum (2F)
10-19. Make a fillet weld the vertical position on aluminum (3F)
10-20. Make a fillet weld in the flat position on stainless steel (1F)
10-21. Make a fillet weld in the horizontal position on stainless steel (2F)
10-22. Make a fillet weld in the vertical position on stainless steel (3F)
10-23. Make a fillet weld using the pulse transfer process in the flat position (1F)
10-24. Make a fillet weld using the pulse transfer process in the horizontal position (2F)




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                                            INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES
                                 THAT SUPPORT SECOND MARKING PERIOD OBJECTIVES
                                             FOR ALL YEAR STUDENTS


    Activity                                                                                                                      Hours

1. Lecture/Discussion, Introduction to Gas Metal Arc Welding .................................................. 5.0
2. Lecture/Discussion, Safety and Health of Welders................................................................ 5.0
3. Lecture/Discussion, Installation and Maintenance of Equipment............................................. .5
4. Lecture/Discussion, Set-up Operation and Shutdown Procedure .......................................... 5.0
5. Surfacing Weld-Flat Position ................................................................................................. 3.0
6. Square Groove and fillet Weld-Butt, Lap, Tee Joints-Flat Position ........................................ 6.0
7. Square Groove and Fillet Weld-Butt, Lap, Tee Joints-Horizontal Position............................. 9.0
8. Lecture/Discussion, The Quality of Welds ............................................................................. 1.0
9. Square Groove & Fillet Welds-Butt, Lap, Tee Joints-Vertical Position, Up .......................... 12.0
10. Lecture/Discussion, Metal Transfer and Shielding Gas ........................................................ 1.0
11. Square Groove & Fillet Weld-Butt, Lap, Tee Joints-Overhead Position ............................. 12.0
12. Single Vee Groove Weld-Butt Joint-Horizontal position....................................................... 6.0
13. Single Vee Groove Weld-Butt Joint-Horizontal position-Guided Bend Test......................... 3.0
14. Single Vee Groove Weld-Butt Joint-Vertical Position Up ..................................................... 9.0
15. Single Vee Groove Weld-Butt Joint-Vertical Position Up-Guided Bend Test ....................... 3.0
16. Single Vee Groove Weld-Butt Joint-Flat Position ................................................................ 3.0
17. Single Vee Groove Weld-Butt Joint-Overhead Position ...................................................... 9.0
18. Fillet Weld-Lap and Tee Joints-Horizontal Position 16 Gage .............................................. 3.0
19. Fillet Weld-Lap and Tee Joints-Vertical Position-Down 16 Gage ........................................ 3.0
20. Stringer Bead, Flat Position, Power Source Adjustment, Aluminum .................................... 2.0
21. Fillet Weld, Lap and Tee Joints, Horizontal Position, Aluminum.......................................... 3.0
22. Fillet Weld, Lap and Tee Joints, Vertical Position, Up, Aluminum ....................................... 3.0
23. Lecture/Discussion, Weldability of Aluminum Alloys ........................................................... 1.0
24. Fillet Weld, Outside Corner and Tee Joint, Flat Position ..................................................... 2.0
25. Lecture/Discussion, Shielding Gases for Aluminum Welding .............................................. 5.0
26. Lecture/Discussion, Gas Metal Arc Welding of Non-Ferrous Metals other
     than Aluminum .................................................................................................................... 5.0
27. Stringer Bead, Flat Position, Pulse ...................................................................................... 3.0
28. Fillet Weld-Lap and Tee Joints-Horizontal Position, Pulse .................................................. 6.0
29. Stringer Bead, Flat Position, Stainless ................................................................................ 3.0
30. Fillet Weld-Lap and Tee Joints-Horizontal Position, Stainless............................................. 6.0

TOTAL HOURS ....................................................................................................................... 98.0




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                                    Muskegon Area Career Tech Center
                                                Welding
                                      Third 9-Week Marking Period
                                              All Students

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES:

Students will perform the following objectives as measured in actual laboratory conditions according to A.W.S.
and A.S.M.E codes.

12 Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW)
12-01. Identify safety equipment and accessories
12-02. Identify major duties/qualifications of a TIG welder
12-03. Perform safety inspections of equipment and accessories
12-04. Identify, select and safely handle shielding gases
12-05. Make minor external repairs to equipment and accessories
12-06. Set up for gas tungsten arc welding operations on plain carbon steel, aluminum, and stainless steel
12-07. Weld stringer beads in the flat position without and with filler metal on 16 ga sheet steel
12-08. Weld fillet lap joint horizontal position without and with filler metal on 16 ga sheet steel
12-09. Weld fillet outside corner joint, flat position without and with filler metal on 16 ga sheet steel
12-10. Weld fillet in the horizontal position (2F) on 16 ga and 11 ga sheet steel
12-11. Weld fillet in the vertical position (3F) on 16 ga and 11 ga sheet steel
12-12. Weld square butt joint in flat position on 16 ga and 11 ga sheet steel
12-13. Weld square butt joint in the horizontal position on 16 ga and 11 ga sheet steel
12-14. Weld square butt joint in the vertical position on 16 ga and 11 ga sheet steel
12-15. Weld square groove butt joint in the flat position on 16 ga stainless steel
12-16. Weld fillet lap joint in the horizontal position on 16 ga stainless steel
12-17. Weld fillet outside corner joint in the flat position on 16 ga stainless steel
12-18. Weld a fillet in the horizontal position on 16 ga stainless steel (2F)
12-19. Weld a fillet in the vertical position on 16 ga stainless steel (3F)
12-20. Weld stringer beads in the flat position on 11 ga aluminum
12-21. Weld a square groove butt joint in the flat position on 11 ga aluminum
12-22. Weld fillet lap joint in the horizontal position on 11 ga aluminum (2F)
12-23. Weld a fillet joint in the flat position on 11 ga aluminum (1F)
12-24. Weld a fillet joint in the Vertical position on 11 ga aluminum (3F)
12-25. Weld a square groove butt joint in vertical position on 11 ga aluminum
12-26. Make an open V-butt groove weld on mild steel plate in the (1G) position
12-27. Make an open V-butt groove weld on mild steel plate in the (2G) position
12-28. Make an open V-butt groove weld on mild steel plate in the (3G) position




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                                            INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES
                                  THAT SUPPORT THIRD MARKING PERIOD OBJECTIVES
                                             FOR ALL YEAR STUDENTS

Activity                                                                                                                    Hours

1.    Lecture/Discussion, Introduction to GTAW ........................................................................... .5
2.    Lecture/Discussion, Preparation for welding startup equipment adjustment, shut-dow ........ .5
3.    Stringer bead, flat position, without and with filler metal ..................................................... 1.5
4.    Fillet weld, lap joint, horizontal position, without and with filler metal .................................. 3.5
5.    Lecture/ discussion, The welding characteristics of carbon steel ........................................ 1.0
6.    Fillet weld, outside corner joint, flat position, without and with filler metal ........................... 3.0
7.    Fillet weld, tee joint, horizontal and vertical position, up with filler metal ............................. 3.5
8.    Square groove weld, butt joint, flat position, with filler metal ............................................... 7.0
9.    Square groove weld, butt joint, guided bend test ................................................................ 3.5
10.   Square groove weld, butt joint, overhead position with filler metal ...................................... 3.5
11.   Lecture/discussion, Introduction to GTAW, using pulsed current .......................................... .5
12.   Square groove weld, butt joint, flat position, with filler metal, without and with pulsation .... 3.0
13.   Fillet weld, lap joint, horizontal position, without and with filler metal .................................. 3.5
14.   Lecture/discussion, The welding characteristics of stainless steel........................................ .5
15.   Fillet weld, outside corner joint, flat position, without and with filler metal ........................... 3.0
16.   Visual inspection test, stainless steel .................................................................................. 1.0
17.   Fillet weld, tee joint, horizontal and vertical position, up with filler metal ............................. 2.5
18.   Stringer bead, flat position, with filler metal......................................................................... 2.0
19.   Lecture/discussion, the effect of equipment adjustments on the welding ar ......................... .5
20.   Square groove weld, butt joint, flat position, with filler metal ............................................... 4.0
21.   Lecture/discussion, the welding characteristics of aluminum ................................................ .5
22.   fillet weld, lap joint, horizontal position, with filler metal ...................................................... 3.5
23.   Fillet weld, outside corner joint, flat position, with filler metal .............................................. 3.5
24.   Fillet weld, tee joint, horizontal position, with filler metal ..................................................... 7.5
25.   Visual inspection test, aluminum......................................................................................... 3.5
26.   Fillet weld, outside corner joint, vertical position, with filler metal ....................................... 3.5
27.   Fillet weld, tee joint, vertical position, with filler metal ......................................................... 3.5




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                                      Muskegon Area Career Tech Center
                                                   Welding
                                        Fourth 9-Week Marking Period
                                                 All Students

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES:

Students will perform the following objectives as measured in actual laboratory conditions according to A.W.S.
and A.S.M.E codes.

Print Reading (Drawing and weld symbol Interpretation)

13-01.   Read and interpret basic prints
13-02.   Draw lines and breaks
13-03.   Develop front, right side and top view from a pictorial view
13-04.   Apply dimensions to a drawing
13-05.   Fabricate parts from drawings and sketches
13-06.   Interpret welding symbols
13-07.   Make sketches, orthographic and pictorial

Visual Weld Testing

14-01. Prepare sample for visual test per appropriate standard
14-02. Inspect for undercut, overlap, porosity, slag, spatter and weld size
14-03. Identify defects and take corrective action based on visual test
14-04. Examine cut surfaces and edges of prepared base metal parts

Destructive Testing

15-01. Prepare coupon for bend test per appropriate standard
15-02. Perform destructive test on welds
15-03. Identify defects and take corrective action based on destructive test

Metallurgy

16-01. Identify the classification and physical properties of ferrous and nonferrous metals
16-02. Identify and apply principles of preheating and postheating
16-03. Identify and apply principles of metallurgy in annealing, hardening and tempering
16-04. Identify types of ferrous metal by spark test

Workplace Readiness/Employability Skills

17-01. Demonstrate reading skills on a level required for employment in a chosen career field.
17-02. Demonstrate math skills on a level required for employment in a chosen career field.
17-03. Demonstrate writing skills on a level required for employment in a chosen career field.
17-04. Demonstrate speaking and listening skills on a level required for employment in a chosen career field.
17-05. Demonstrate computer literacy on a level required for employment in a chosen career field.
17-06. Demonstrate reasoning, problem-solving, and decision-making skills.
17-07. Demonstrate a strong work ethic.
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17-08. Maintain satisfactory attendance.
17-09. Participate as a team member to accomplish goals.
17-10. Conduct a job search
17-11. Secure information about a job.
17-12. Identify documents that may be required when applying for a job interview
17-13. Complete a resume and posts on America’s Talent Bank
17-14. Complete a job application form correctly
17-15. Demonstrate competence in job interview techniques.
17-16. Identify or demonstrate appropriate responses to criticism from employer, supervisor, or other
       employees
17-17. Identify and adopt acceptable work habits
17-18. Demonstrate knowledge of how to make appropriate job changes
17-19. Demonstrate acceptable employee health habits.
17-20. Demonstrate knowledge of the ―Michigan Right-to-Know Law.‖

NOCTI Performance Testing

18-01. Perform OFC Manual
18-02. Perform Shielded Metal Arc Welding
18-03. Perform Gas Metal Arc Welding
18-04. Perform Gas Tungsten Arc Welding




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                                             INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES
                                  THAT SUPPORT FOURTH MARKING PERIOD OBJECTIVES
                                              FOR ALL YEAR STUDENTS

Activity                                                                                                                             Hours

Customers Work:

1.    Introduction to blueprint reading ........................................................................................... 6
2.    Review of Mathematics for Welders and fitters ......................................................................8
3.    Metrics and Metric Conversions.............................................................................................3
4.    Review of Welding Symbols ..................................................................................................6
5.    Interpreting blueprint information ...........................................................................................6
6.    Auxiliary Views.......................................................................................................................3
7.    Scale Drawings ......................................................................................................................3
8.    Set-Up Tools, Marvel Saw, Press Brake, Welders.................................................................6
9.    Tool Calibration......................................................................................................................3
10.   Maintenance of Set-Up Tools ................................................................................................3
11.   Identify proper material for customer work .............................................................................1
12.   Identify welding costs and work orders ..................................................................................3
13.   Students will build projects for customers ....................................................................... 170.5

Workplace Readiness/Employability Skills

Students will fill out job placement forms ......................................................................................1
Students will write a Resume ....................................................................................................2.5
Students will apply for a job ..........................................................................................................3




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                                             BIBLIOGRAPHY

1.   Hobart Institute of Welding Technology, Welding Guide, 1995
2.   Hobart Institute of Welding Technology, Shielded Metal Arc Welding, 1995, 2000
3.   Hobart Institute of Welding Technology, Gas Metal Arc Welding, 1995
4.   Hobart Institute of Welding Technology, Gas Tungsten Arc Welding, 1995
5.   Hobart Institute of Welding Technology, Blueprint Reading for Welders and Fitters, 1994




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