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Course Description

In this course students will be introduced to the different materials that can be welded with the GTAW process; course provides the common materials (aluminum, stainless steel, and mild steel).

The total course hours is 60 hours which is plenty of time to become efficient in welding fillet welds, square groove welds (with or without filler metal in the flat and horizontal position, and with a little extra effort the vertical and overhead positions can be achieved as well.

Recommended prerequisite for this course is the Welding I, which gives the student the fundamentals to understand the overall process of joining materials through welding. Students with prior knowledge and experience with welding are welcome to enroll as well.

Prerequisites

Welding I, which gives the student the fundamentals to understand the overall process of joining materials through welding. Students with prior knowledge and experience with welding are welcome to enroll as well.
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Work Skills Application
Instructions
Application must be completed and reviewed by MiraCosta College Technology Career Institute staff prior to acceptance into the program.  If you need assistance with the application, please CALL (760)757-2121 ext. 6528.
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Section Title
Welding I Post-Study Lab/TIG
Type
Lecture/Lab
Days
T, Th
Time
5:30PM to 8:30PM
Dates
Jan 25, 2022 to Mar 31, 2022
Schedule and Location
Contact Hours
60.0
Location
  • Landes Center
Delivery Options
Lecture/Lab  
Course Fee(s)
Fee not-for-credit $450.00
Instructors
Section Notes

In this 60-hour course to Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG) students will be introduced to the different materials that can be welded with the Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) process. The course provides the common materials (aluminum, stainless steel, and mild steel), which is plenty of time to become efficient in welding fillet welds, square groove welds (with or without filler metal in the flat and horizontal position as well as the vertical and overhead positions). Prerequisite for this course is the Welding I course, which gives the student the fundamentals to understanding the overall process of joining materials through welding. Students with prior knowledge and experience with welding are welcome to enroll as well.

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