College of the Siskiyous

Courses

WELD 0957 - Power Plant and Field Pipe Welding I

Prequisite: WELD 1102

This is an intermediate course designed to prepare students in power plant and field welding. This course includes shop safety, oxyacetylene cutting, air carbon arc cutting, shielded metal arc welding, and pipe welding. Students are required to furnish their own safety glasses and gloves. (AA, CSU)

WELD 0958 - Advanced Power Plant and Field Pipe Welding II

Prequisite: WELD 0957

This is an advanced course designed to enable students to become qualified by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers per section IX in the field of industrial pipe welding. This course includes shop safety, oxyacetylene cutting, air carbon arc cutting, and pipe welding using the shielded metal arc process. Pipe coupons will be prepared and welded in the (6G) fixed position. Students are required to furnish their own safety glasses and gloves. (AA)

WELD 1101 - Beginning Welding

This is a beginning welding course designed for the student interested in acquiring basic welding skills to be used in trade or service occupation. Emphasis is placed on arc welding in the flat and horizontal positions. Students are required to furnish their own safety glasses and gloves. (AA, CSU)

WELD 1102 - Advanced Welding

This is an advanced welding course designed for the student interested in acquiring the essential welding skills necessary to function in a trade or service occupation. Emphasis is placed on oxy-acetylene cutting and arc welding in the vertical and overhead position. Students are required to furnish their own safety glasses and gloves. (AA, CSU)

WELD 1103 - Metal Fabrication

This is a beginning metal fabrication course designed for the student interested in acquiring basic fabrication skills to be used in trade or service occupation. Emphasis is placed on metal fabrication and iron working equipment. Students are required to furnish their own safety glasses and gloves. This course may be taken for credit a total of three times. (AA, CSU)

WELD 1104 - Gas Metal Arc Welding

This is a beginning course designed for students interested in acquiring the essential welding skills necessary to function in a trade or service occupation. Emphasis is placed on machine setting wire, weld joints, and position. Students are required to furnish their own safety glasses and gloves. This course may be taken for credit a total of two times. (AA, CSU)

WELD 1105 - Gas Tungsten - Arc Welding

This is an advanced welding course designed for the student interested in acquiring basic welding skills to be used in a trade or service occupation. Emphasis is placed on Gas Tungston Arc Welding. Students are required to furnish their own safety glasses and gloves. (AA, CSU)

WELD 2101 - Weld Qualification

Prequisite: WELD 1102

This course is designed for the student seeking employment as a qualified production welder. The student can qualify in plate to the appropriate code in the F.C.A.W., G.M.A.W., G.T.A.W., and S.M.A.W. processes. This course may be taken for credit a total of two times. (AA, CSU)

WELD 2102 - Advanced Welding Applications

Prequisite: WELD 1102

This is an advanced welding course designed to provide students with the opportunity to apply their advanced welding skills to complex practical situations/applications they will experience as journeymen craft welders including layout and fabrication. This is the required capstone course for the AA degree in welding. Students are required to furnish their own safety glasses and gloves. (AA, CSU)

WELD 2949 - Work Experience

Occupational Work Experience is supervised employment extending classroom-based occupational learning at an on-the-job learning station relating to the student's educational or occupational goal. One work experience credit can be awarded for 60 hours of unpaid work or 75 hours of paid work. Students can earn a maximum of 16 semester units, 0.5-8units/semester. This course may be taken for credit a total of four times. (AA, CSU)

Contact

For information or questions regarding this or other programs at College of the Siskiyous contact the Office of Instruction.

Dennis Roberts, Associate Dean, Instruction
Email: Office of Instruction
Phone: (530) 938-5201