At the end of the program successful students will be able to:

  • Safely and accurately use a variety of electric arc processes, basic hand tools and shop equipment to fabricate durable goods.

  • Safely and accurately use a variety of torches and fuel gasses to produce parts that are used to fabricate durable goods.

  • Read, interpret, and use shop drawings and specifications in the fabrication and making of durable goods.

  • Demonstrate teamwork, responsible/dependable behavior in decision making and task performance.

  • Apply and practice workplace safety policies and procedures in the course of learning welding and related skills.

  • Be prepared to take welder qualification tests in accordance with American Welding Society (AWS) and Washington Association of Building Officials (WABO).