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Basic Welding is an opportunity to learn basic welding skills and for experienced welders to enhance their skills. Classes include safe operation of stick, Mig, Tig and Oxy-acetylene welders and related shop equipment through hands-on practical welding experiences.
This is basic instruction in Gas Metal Arc Welding (MIG) for manufacturing and is designed to be two-thirds hands-on practice. This course includes steel and stainless steel hands-on welding; theory, safety, reading prints, and welding symbols; welding principles and procedures; filler wires, shielding gases, welding power sources, and joint configurations; and manipulative skills and welding positions.
This is an introduction to Gas Metal Arc Welding theory, safety, applications, manipulative skills, welding principles, and procedures. Filler wires, shielding gases, welding power sources, welding of carbon steel, and welding processes on different joint configurations are included. There will be plenty of instructor-guided welding practice to prepare students for the workplace.
(1.5 semester credits) For a credit registration form, please contact Paul Lytle at 800-828-0072, ext. 2508, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Prerequisite: Successful completion of WELD-1000 or appropriate AWS Certification
This class is intermediate to advanced instruction in Gas Metal Arc Welding theory, safety, applications, manipulative skills, welding principles, and procedures. Filler wires, shielding gases, welding power sources, welding of aluminum and welding processes on different joint configurations are included.
This course uses a practical approach to basic machining, including proper speed, feed rates and machine setups of drill presses, band saws, lathes, mills, and grinders.
No outside projects are used in class. Students who successfully complete this class are eligible to take the advanced machine shop class, where instructor-approved outside projects are allowed.
This is a machine shop class designed to enhance individual skills. Students work on their own projects brought from home. Projects also can be supplied by the College to further help their development. There are no project completion requirements. Instructor assistance is available.
All projects must be approved by the program chair of the PMA program. Operation of CNC equipment by persons that are not currently enrolled in the PMA program is not permitted without a thorough review of the individual’s ability which will be done by the PMA program chair or designated instructor.
ways to register:
Send mail to:
Jack J. Huck Continuing Education Center
301 S. 68th Street Place
Lincoln, NE 68510-2449
Print a Non-credit Courses Registration Form
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