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Welding

Non credit courses that align with credit courses

Pre-Requisites

None

Requirements

Welding gloves and helmets will be available for shared use.

Cost

$266.40

Books

Varies – please check with instructor
www.spcc.edu/bookstore

Upcoming Courses

CourseDatesDaysHoursLocation
Cutting Processes8/10/20-12/7/20Wednesdays and Partially Online6:00pm-8:50pmTyson/Online
SMAW (Stick) Plate8/10/20-12/9/20Mondays/Wednesdays and Partially Online8:00am - 12:15pmTyson/Online
GTAW (TIG) Plate8/11/20-12/7/20Tuesdays10:00am - 1:50pmTyson
Symbols and Specifications8/11/20-12/7/20Mondays6:00pm - 9:50pmTyson

Introduction to Welding Processes

Course Description

WLD 3106Y
This course is intended for students who possesses no prior knowledge of welding concepts, and provides instruction on the principles and practices of welding. Course content will cover welding processes such as SMAW (stick), GMAW (MIG), and GTAW (TIG) on plate, blueprint reading, cutting processes, and metallurgy. Safety practices will also be reviewed and demonstrated. This course is aligned with the SENSE Level I program designed by the American Welding Society. SPCC welding faculty hold current AWS welding certifications, and SPCC’s welding facilities utilize the AWS SENSE curriculum.

Pre-Requisites

None

Requirements

Welding gloves and helmets will be available for shared use.

Cost

$344.40

Books

None

Upcoming Courses

Begin DateEnd DateTimeDaysCampusTotal Hours 
8/10/209/22/208:00am - 12:00pmMTWTyson Family Center, Monroe96This course includes 76 hours of seated lab, and 20 hours of online lecture.
9/28/2011/9/208:00am - 12:00pmMTWTyson Family Center, Monroe96This course includes 76 hours of seated lab, and 20 hours of online lecture.

Intermediate Welding Processes

Course Description

WLD 3106J
Instructor permission required to register for this course. This course is intended for students who already possess an introductory knowledge of the following welding concepts: SMAW (stick), GMAW (MIG), and GTAW (TIG) on plate, blueprint reading, cutting processes, and metallurgy; and are seeking additional training in areas such as out-of-position welds, and open root plate welds. Safety practices will also be reviewed and demonstrated. Students will be introduced to destructive and non-destructive testing. This course is aligned with the SENSE Level I program designed by the American Welding Society. SPCC welding faculty hold current AWS welding certifications, and SPCC’s welding facilities utilize the AWS SENSE curriculum.

Pre-Requisites

Introduction to Welding Processes

Requirements

Welding gloves and helmets will be available for shared use.

Cost

$344.40

Books

None

Upcoming Courses

Begin DateEnd DateTimeDaysCampusTotal Hours 
8/10/2011/23/206:00pm-9:00pmMWTyson Family Center, Monroe96This course includes 88 hours of seated lab, and 8 hours of online lecture.
10/8/2012/5/20Saturdays, 8am - 12pm and 1pm-4pm
Thursdays, 6-9pm
Sat/ThTyson Family Center, Monroe96This course includes 88 hours of seated lab, and 8 hours of online lecture.

Advanced Welding Processes

Course Description

WLD 3106V
Instructor permission required to register for this course. This course is intended for students who already possess an intermediate level of knowledge in welding areas such as SMAW (stick), GMAW (MIG), and GTAW (TIG) on plate, and are seeking a classroom/lab environment where they may practice on pipe, review blueprint reading, and review metallurgy. Students will also learn welding inspection, and destructive and non-destructive testing. This course is aligned with the SENSE Level II program designed by the American Welding Society. SPCC welding faculty hold current AWS welding certifications, and SPCC’s welding facilities utilize the AWS SENSE curriculum.

Pre-Requisites

Intermediate to Welding Processes

Requirements

Welding gloves and helmets will be available for shared use.

Cost

$344.40

Books

None

Upcoming Courses

Begin DateEnd DateTimeDaysCampusTotal Hours 
8/10/2011/23/206:00pm-9:00pmMWTyson Family Center, Monroe96This course includes 88 hours of seated lab, and 8 hours of online lecture.
10/8/2012/5/20Saturdays, 8am - 12pm and 1pm-4pm
Thursdays, 6-9pm
Sat/ThTyson Family Center, Monroe96This course includes 88 hours of seated lab, and 8 hours of online lecture.

Registration Options

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By Phone: 704-290-5223

In Person: 3509 Old Charlotte Highway, Monroe

Location

Tyson Family Center for Technology, Monroe
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For more information, contact:

Kristen Griffin, 704-290-5223

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