Weld 111B - Intermediate Semiautomatic Welding - Tim Baber
|Course:||Intermediate Semiautomatic Welding|
Weld 111B provides students with a unique opportunity to acquire the knowledge and skills to safely operate advanced welding equipment to prepare for entry into today's workforce. Use of conventional Flux Cored Arc Welding equipment and Virtual Reality welding equipment are covered.
The second of a three-part series providing further development in the theory and application of semiautomatic welding processes. Emphasize safety procedures, use of flux cored arc welding (FCAW) equipment, and welding techniques to complete the American Welding Society SENSE Entry-Level FCAW requirements.
What to Expect in this Course
Weld 111A will consist of two instructional delivery methods: 1) All class lectures, reading assignments, videos, quizzes, and exams will be performed through the online learning management system called CANVAS; 2) All lab work will be conducted on-ground at the Valencia campus in room TWSH-125. There will be NO classroom instruction in the course.
Types of Assessments
Students shall be assessed for online work such as participation on discussion boards, quizzes, and exams through CANVAS. Student will be assessed on lab work which includes all FCAW virtual reality welding assignments, and completed lab assignments.
Textbook Information / Link to ZTC Textbook
Modern Welding 2020 – Bundle (Text + Edu Hub)
1-Year Student Access Key Code ISBN # 978-1-63563-694-9
2-Year Student Access Key Code ISBN # 978-1-64564-035-6
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Last updated: 02/03/2022 Sub#: 1275