Fabrication & Welding

The Fabrication and Welding program includes courses to help students develop the technical qualifications and life skills needed to begin a career in the welding industry. Students will learn a variety of welding processes to join units of metal.

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Fabrication I is an introduction to metal fabrication processes, shop safety, equipment safety and use, and fabrication careers. Student will learn basic welding skills for SMAW, Oxy-Acetylene cutting and welding, and hand held Plasma Cutting.
Grades: 9-12
Credits: 0.5 - Applied Arts, Elective, Pathway
Fee: $43.00
Fabrication 2
Course ID: 1320242
Fabrication 2 is the development of metal fabrication pro­cesses GMAW, SMAW, Oxy-Fuel cutting, Plasma Arc (hand held/ CNC table), and shop equipment use. Safety, careers and student project planning and development are also emphasized.
Grades: 9-12
Credits: 0.5 - Applied Arts, Elective, Pathway
Fee: $43.00
Prerequisites:
Advanced Fabrication 1
Course ID: 1320251
In this course students will learn intermediate skills of welding, machining and metalwork. Students will also ac­quire skills in wire feed (GMAW) welding and intermediate oxygen and acetylene welding, and sheet metal fabrication. Emphasis on projects.
Grades: 10-12
Credits: 0.5 - Applied Arts, Elective, Pathway
Fee: $43.00
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Advanced Fabrication 2
Course ID: 1320252
Advanced Fabrication 2 students will develop intermediate skills of welding and fabrication processes (SMAW, GMAW, GTAW, OxyFuel Cutting and Plasma Cutting (hand and CNC table). Em­phasis on project planning and industry standard print reading according to the American Welding Society. Students will plan and build individual and community projects.
Grades: 10-12
Credits: 0.5 - Applied Arts, Elective, Pathway
Fee: $43.00
Fabrication Internship 1
Course ID: 1324841
Fabrication Internship 1 will focus on developing employee skills and fabrication skills related to Industry Partners core business. Students will work with Industry Partners to develop or fabricate a product or component related to the Industry Partners core business. Career and job skills / training will be emphasized for the work being done. Students will work in the MHS Fabrication shop during the time.
Grades: 11-12
Credits: 0.5 - Applied Arts, Elective, Pathway
Fee: $43.00
Fabrication Internship 2
Course ID: 1324851
Fabrication Internship 2 will focus on working with industry partners and industry careers. Depending on student age and Industry Partners ability to host students at their worksite. Students will work with Industry Partners to develop or fabri­cate a product or component related to the Industry Partners' core business. Career and job skills / training will be emphasized.
Grades: 11-12
Credits: 0.5 - Applied Arts, Elective, Pathway
Fee: $43.00