Weld 111A - Introduction to Semiautomatic Welding Processes - Tim Baber
|Course:||Introduction to Semiautomatic Welding Processes|
Welcome to Water 111A - Introduction to Semiautomatic Welding Processes. My name is Tim Baber and I will be your instructor for the next 16-weeks. Your success in this course is my ultimate goal. If you have any questions or need to reach me, I can be reached at (661) 362-3062 or by email at email@example.com
The first of a three-part series introducing fundamental theory and application of semiautomatic welding processes. Emphasize safety procedures, use of gas metal arc welding (GMAW) equipment, and welding techniques to complete the American Welding Society SENSE Entry-Level GMAW requirements
What to Expect in this Course
The weekly lecture portions of this class will be held via Zoom on Thursday evenings starting at 4:40pm. Additionally, you will need to use Canvas to complete and/or turn in assignments each week. If you would like to join a test meeting in Zoom to make sure you are able to join meetings, go to www.zoom.us/test.
There will be weekly homework assignments designed to help you learn and practice the concepts covered in class. Homework assignments are graded based on completion and effort and not on correctness.
I request that you submit assignments in Canvas as a pdf whenever possible. If you do not have access to a scanner, I recommend downloading and using the free Adobe Scan app (https://acrobat.adobe.com/us/en/acrobat/mobile/scanner-app.html) on your phone. It will allow you to easily convert your work to a pdf for uploading and submitting in Canvas.
Types of Assessments
Your final grade will be based on a variety of assignments including homework, quizzes (taken in Canvas), and welded projects. The final exam is cumulative.
Textbook Information / Link to ZTC Textbook
Required textbook: MODERN WELDING, Althouse. 12th Edition
Textbook/access code bundle (REQUIRED)
Other Relevant Course Information
You will need a reliable internet connection, your college email address, and basic computer skills including familiarity with basic Windows formats, opening and closing files, sizing windows, starting programs, sending emails, attaching documents, and basic file management skills.
Students are required to supply their own personal protection equipment along with an assortment of hardgoods and tools. A comprehensive list of required items will be available in Canvas on the first day of class.
If you have any questions about this course or the Welding Technology Program in general, I am here and happy to answer any questions you may have.
I look forward to meeting you!
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Last updated: 08/18/2021 Sub#: 537