Welding Agricultural & Comm. Metals Tech.

Course Description

This program will provide instruction in all types of welding processes: Oxy-Acetylene cutting, Brazing, Plasma Arc cutting, Shielded Metallic Arc Welding, MIG and TIG welding, as they are used in related industries. Students will apply welding skills in the design and construction of metal projects. Identification of metals and their uses will be an integral part of the course. Students will apply agri-business concepts and discover career opportunities through course work, lab situations, supervised agricultural experiences, SkillsUSA and FFA activities. Students are encouraged to invest approximately $100 in a welding jacket and work boots.
 

Teacher Comments

My goal is to train students to become successful entry level welders. I accomplish this by providing a daily blend of welding theory, skill practice, and fabrication experience. More than 90% of my recent graduates have passed the A.W.S certification test, and many of them are now employed as full-time welders and fabricators.

Student Quotes

This course is great! If you love welding this is the class for you. Its also a great experience and helps get you on your way to an awesome career.
- Seth G.

It was a great experience. I look forward to doing it next year. It was good meeting the second year students and competing with them.
- Brandon P.

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Department: 

Mechanical/Technical Programs