These learning outcomes are meant only as sample and are not representative of Santa Ana College's learning outcomes.
WELD 105 Introduction to Metal Sculpture
apply safety standards to each welding process and other related metal working equipment.
apply traditional and non-traditional metal working techniques to design and execute 3-dimensional functional and nonfunctional art forms.
utilize welding and cutting processes to construct art projects.
inspect welding for projects and make corrective changes to create structurally sound connections.
WELD 107 Welding Equipment Maintenance
identify the electronic components of a welding power supply
evaluate the operating characteristics of various types of welding equipment
conduct research on the operation and purchase of welding equipment components that require replacement or repair
apply critical thinking analysis towards the troubleshooting and repair of welding equipment
properly use test equipment needed in the problem solving and repair of nonoperational equipment
apply the required knowledge of the electrical components and their connection to welding power supplies to produce satisfactory welds
determine the proper way of connecting welding equipment to the correct power source during the installation process
apply the required safety procedures when maintaining or repairing any type of welding equipment
WELD 115 Code Welding
perform arc welding that meet SkillsUSA standards.
analyze welding projects and make corrective changes to meet SkillsUSA standards.
understand the parameters of a specified welding procedure.
apply safety rules and regulations for welding and metal cutting.
explain the variables for each chosen process.
explain the requirements for the SkillsUSA competitions.
WELD 117 Ultrasonic Testing Level One
perform basic material testing.
explain the basic physical principles of ultrasonic testing.
describe basic ultrasonic machine functions.
perform basic machine and testing calibrations.
Source: American River College