Fabrication

Fabrication Studies is a program which allows students to gain skills/knowledge in the welding trade. Various processes used in the cutting and joining of metals will be explored as well as the types of metal used in fabrication today. Safe workplace procedures, basic skill development and project work in the lab will be emphasized in this program.

INTRODUCTORY (4 Welding Modules and any 2 projects; Total 6 Credits)

FAB1010: FABRICATION TOOLS & MATERIALS

FAB1040: OXYACETYLENE WELDING

FAB1048: SEMI-AUTOMATED/AUTOMATED WELDING

FAB1050: BASIC ELECTRIC WELDING

FAB1090: SHEET FABRICATION (project based)

FAB1100: FABRICATION PRINCIPLES (project based)

FAB1110: BAR & TUBULAR FABRICATION (project based)

 

INTERMEDIATE (Any 4 Welding Modules and 2 Projects; Total 6 Credits)

FAB2020: PRINT READING

FAB2030: OXYFUEL WELDING

FAB2040: THERMAL CUTTING

FAB2048: FLUX CORED ARC WELDING 1

FAB2050: ARC WELDING 1

FAB2060: ARC WELDING 2

FAB2070: GAS METAL ARC WELDING 1

FAB2160: CUSTOM FABRICATION (project based)

 

ADVANCED (Any 4 Welding Modules and 2 Projects; Total 6 Credits)

FAB3020: METALLURGY FUNDAMENTALS

FAB3030: GAS TUNGSTEN ARC WELDING

FAB3040: SPECIALIZED WELDING (project based)

FAB3048: FLUX CORED ARC WELDING 2

FAB3050: ARC WELDING 3

FAB3060: ARC WELDING 4

FAB3070: PIPE & TUBULAR WELDING (project based)