Certificate (One Year)
- Kevin Campbell
Major code: 3130
Department: Career and Technical Ed
Chair: Ronald G Hanks
Students successfully completing the certificate program are prepared to enter or
advance in the welding field. Students may also choose individual certifications in
MIG, TIG, Arc, and Pipe Welding.
All courses in this certificate may be applied to the Welding Technology Associate of Applied Science degree. A minimum grade point average of 2.0 is required to obtain the certificate.
- Demonstrate proper set up of welding machines for appropriate welding processes.
- Demonstrate appropriate shop safety procedures and equipment.
- Demonstrate proper welding techniques for all positions in FCAW; SMAW; GTAW, and GMAW processes.
Dual Credit (2+2)
Students will receive credit for Career and Technical Ed classes taken in high school as equivalent to college classes provided that the high school classes are listed on a signed articulated on agreement between the specific high school and the college. Credit will be transcripted as equivalent to a parallel community college course.
Related Educational Requirements (11 Credits)
All career and technical education degrees and one-year certificates contain required courses in applied communication, computation and human relations. These courses are designed to support student competence and success in the workplace. Students must have appropriate test scores in writing and math to enter the related courses listed. Students who test below the required level will be required to take preparatory courses. A college advisor will assist students with selecting the appropriate preparatory course or courses.
PSYC 101 - PSYCHOLOGY OF HUMAN RELATIONS or BA 204 - TEAMWORK DYNAMICS
INED 156 - EMPLOYMENT STRATEGIES
WR 101 - WORKPLACE COMMUNICATIONS I OR HIGHER
TECHNICAL MATH I
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