Welding – Welding provides students with the occupational and technical skills to be safe, competent welders. Students develop skills in different welds such as oxy-acetylene, shield metal arc, mig, and plasma arc cutting.

Students learn tig welding and learn to weld a variety of steels and steel alloys. Skills include blueprint reading, design, layout, and fabrication of projects. Students have the opportunity to participate in the Student American Welding Society organization.

Prerequisites: Technical Education course recommended.

Grades: 11-12

High School credit earned: .5 credit per block each semester

May earn DMACC credit as follows:

Year One:
CRR 101 Sheet Metal Welding 2 credits (F)
WEL 120 Oxy-Fuel Welding/Cutting 2 credits (S)

Year Two:
WEL 150 ARC Welding 1 (SMĀ  AW) 2 credits (F)
WEL 111 Welding Blueprint Reading 3 credits (S)