Welding Technology

Welding Technology

  • Description: The Welding Technology Program is designed to provide students with the knowledge, skills, and behaviors necessary for the competent performance as a welding technician. The welding technician is the liaison between the welding engineer and the welder. The program is based on the occupational analyses and needs of the maintenance and fabrication welding industries. Employment opportunities exist in a variety of industries such as steel, construction, fabrication, pipelines, and others. Students who excel in the program may be qualified to take certain welding certification tests. Lorain County Community College has articulation agreements with colleges and universities including programs offered by Lorain County Community College's University Partnership.
     
Welding Technology  Program Outcomes
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1. Utilize weld theory, welding skills and technical experience on practical welding technology applications.
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2. Apply math, science, and engineering technology principles to solve problems in welding design.
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3. Complete laboratory exercises and write technical lab reports with recommendations for improvement.
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4. Use creativity in the design of fabricated components and systems.
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5. Work productively as an individual and as a member of a problem solving team in an engineering environment.
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6. Recognize problems in welding design applications and develop appropriate solutions.
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7. Effectively communicate technical ideas and problem solving decisions with others.
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8. Recognize the need to maintain currency in the welding technology career field.
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9. Demonstrate professional and ethical behavior.
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10. Demonstrate an understanding of the impact of social and global issues when dealing with technical problems.
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