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Weld-Ed 2018 Professional Development Workshops

Specialized Training for Welding Educators & Industrial Trainers

Weld-Ed offers five-day Summer courses that are developed exclusively for Welding Educators and Industrial Trainers who teach secondary, post-secondary and in-plant welding programs.

Workshop Modules

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WELDING METALLURGY

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Welding Metallurgy & Weldability of Commercial Alloys

June 11-15
Illinois Central College
East Peoria, IL

July 23-27
Yuba College
Marysville, CA

This highly informative, hands-on training course covers the concepts and fundamentals of:

  • Atomic structure & grain structure
  • Heat flow
  • Phase transformations
  • Welding metallurgy
  • The weldability of ferrous & non-ferrous commercial alloys

Laboratory work consists of welding metallurgy investigation on the welded samples and weldability testing for specific applications.

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JOINING & CUTTING PROCESSES

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July 9-13
North Dakota State College of Science
Wahpeton, ND

August 6-10
Yuba College
Marysville, CA

This highly informative, hands-on training course covers:

  • The basics and principles of major joining & cutting processes
  • Process advantages, disadvantages, equipment, consumables, techniques & variables
  • Applications & criteria for consumable selection
  • How to establish process parameters

Laboratory work involves equipment set up and operation of welding and cutting equipment for specific applications.

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DESIGN, ASSEMBLY & ROBOTIC WELDING

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July 9-13
College of the Canyons
Santa Clarita, CA

This highly informative, hands-on training course covers design concepts and fundamentals for welding, fabrication, assembly and robotic welding.

Laboratory work consists of case studies using standard design equations to determine

  • The behavior of welded materials
  • Part processing and optimization of fabrication
  • Design considerations for work holding and manipulating equipment
  • Programming and operating robots for GMAW welding

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WELDING CODES, SPECIFICATIONS & SAFETY

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June 25-29
Lorain County Community College
Elyria, OH

This highly informative, hands-on training course covers the concepts and fundamentals of the weld quality and inspection methods, welding codes, specifications and safety.

Laboratory work consists of setting up and operating the instruments and equipment for identification and characterization of weld discontinuities and defects.

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INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN & TEACHING STRATEGIES

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June 4-8
North Dakota State College of Science
Wahpeton, ND

This highly informative course covers the development of a welding program from needs assessment through curriculum development, and teaching strategies to development and evaluation of student achievement.
Workshop content includes:

  • Welding program development
  • Writing program & course objectives
  • Use of advisory committees
  • Curriculum development
  • Learning theory
  • Teaching methods
  • Learning styles
  • Laboratory teaching
  • Organization & assignment development
  • Evaluation methods

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NON-DESTRUCTIVE TESTING (NDT)

Non-Destructive Testing (NDT)

June 18-22
Chattanooga State Community College
Chattanooga, TN

Non-Destructive Testing is vital for constructing and maintaining all types of components and structures. NDT is conducted to detect internal or external imperfections, to determine structure, composition or properties, or to measure geometric characteristics without affecting the form, fit or function of the test object or material.
This course will examine methods to detect different defects such as cracking and corrosion, using various testing including X-ray (where cracks show up on the film) and ultrasound (where cracks show up as an echo blip on the screen).

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ADDITIONAL WELDING AND ALLIED PROCESSES

Additional Welding and Allied Processes

June 25-29
Weber State University
Ogden, UT

This course covers the basics and principles of less major joining, cutting, and allied processes. These processes are used in special applications where more traditional processes cannot be used due to material properties and specifications of the product. Advantages, limitations, equipment, consumables, techniques and variables for each process are discussed. Applications, criteria for consumable selection and how to establish process parameters are emphasized. Laboratory work involves equipment set up and operating for many of the processes.

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