WELDING | FABRICATION TECHNOLOGY

Welding | Fabrication Technology

CLASS INFORMATION

Be a part of today’s hottest careers! Learn basic and advanced techniques in welding and cutting metal. Learn to program and cut out designs using the CNC plasma machine. Student projects have included: smokers, fire pits, deer stands, and deer feeders.

CALL TO APPLY | DRUMRIGHT
CALL TO APPLY | SAPULPA


QUICK FACTS

Average Salary: $19.15/hr
Students: Adult & High School
Campus: Drumright & Sapulpa
Times: Morning, Afternoon, Full Day

EVENING WELDING CLASS
License & Certification
• Oklahoma Welder
- Oklahoma Department of Labor

• AWS Certification
- American Welding Society

• OSHA 10-hour

CAREER MAJORS

COMBINATION WELDER

This major will teach students to do quality welding for a variety of construction and manufacturing jobs using multiple structural welding techniques. Instruction will cover welding theory and safety, fabrication, layout, print reading, symbols, math, welding codes, metal characteristics/properties and oxy-fuel cutting. Students will learn to perform high quality welds in accordance with welding procedure specifications used in a variety of welding occupations. They will also gain an introduction to pipe welding skills, using SMAW, FCAW GMAW, and GTAW techniques.

Combination Welder Gainful Employment

CUTTING PROCESS TECHNICIAN

SAPULPA ONLY

This career major is designed to cover the basics of oxy fuel and plasma arc cutting, metal preparation and heat treatment, and air carbon arc gouging. Students cover safety, amperage, gas pressure, flow rate and cutting methods for piercing, slotting, squaring and beveling metals while using detailed drawings and learning the fundamentals of all cutting processes.

ENTRY LEVEL WELDER

This major prepares students to do the very basic welding position welds and plate and pipe welds. Student will learn SMAW, GMAW, FCAW and GTAW processes at an intermediate level.

STRUCTURAL & PIPE WELDER

This major prepares students to do quality pipe and structural welding in construction or in the petroleum industry. Instruction includes welding theory, fabrication, layout, print reading, welding symbols, math and welding codes with specialized instruction in Shielded Metal Arc Welding (stick), Gas Metal Arc Welding (MIG), Flux-cored Arc Welding (FCAW), and Gas tungsten Arc Welding (TIG) techniques. This major offers specialized preparation for both structural and pipe certification by the American Welding Society (AWS).

Structural & Pipe Welder Gainful Employment