Welding

The Welding  program  of  study  focuses  on the development  and  use of  automatic  and computer-controlled  machines,  tools,  and  robots  that perform  work on  metal or plastic.  CTE  learners  will  learn  how  to  modify  parts  to  make  or  repair  machine  tools  or  maintain  individual  machines,  and how  to  use hand-welding or  flame-cutting  equipment. 

Course Information

Courses below are not tied to grade levels.  Not all courses have a required prerequisite. 

Certifications Offered

  • Intermediate Welding (Level 1) Certificate
  • Advanced Welding (Level 2) Certificate

The Manufacturing Career Cluster focuses on planning, managing, and performing the processing of materials into intermediate or final products and related professional and technical support activities such as production planning and control, maintenance, and manufacturing/process engineering.

Meets the requirements of the Business and Industry endorsement.

 

Level 1

Introduction to WeldingALL YEARCredit: 1
Grade: 9 - 12

Level 2

Introduction to Film Interpretation of WeldmentsALL YEARCredit: 1
Grade: 9-10

Level 3

Introduction to Welding Using Multiple Processes
Del Mar (WLDG 1407)
SEMESTER
College Credits: 4
Grade: 11-12


Welding Safety, Tools, & Equipment 
Del Mar (WLDG 1323)
SEMESTER
College Credits: 3
Grade: 11-12

Welding Fundamentals
Del Mar (WLDG 1521)
SEMESTER
College Credits: 5
Grade: 11-12

Level 4

Intermediate Shielded Metal Arc Welding 
Del Mar (WLDG 1557)
SEMESTER
College Credits: 5
Grade: 11-12

Introduction to Pipe Welding
Del Mar (WLDG 1435)
SEMESTER
College Credits: 4
Grade: 11-12