WELDING AND FABRICATION I – CB1243 (Students will be transported to Wilco Career Center)
Length of Course:
Appropriate orientation courses and career interest
Course Description: The students will learn to perform welds using all positions. The students’ ability to cooperate, adjust, and safely control power sources and gas equipment is essential. Students will learn how to braze weld, gas weld, shielded metal arc weld, mig weld, gas cutting and plasma arc cutting. Blueprint reading and the use of weld symbols are also stressed. Students will learn to be a combination welder and work toward certification. Upon completion of this course, a student may earn college credits through Joliet Junior College. Students are required to purchase necessary tools and safety clothing. Estimated cost of participation is $90.00. Proficiency credit may be available through Joliet Junior College: WLDG 101 and WLDG 102 (6 credit hours). Guidance notes: 70% of the time in lab. Weekly assignments and quiz.