Production Welding

Production Welding

Site: North High School
Two-year program: grades 11-12
In the Production Welding Program, first-year students will learn fundamental welding and safety skills needed to reach the goal of employment in the welding trades. Skills include ARC, MIG,TIG, Oxy-fuel welding and cutting and Plasma torch cutting. Shop safety and use of basic shop tools and equipment are learned and students use these skills to fabricate and repair projects in class. Second-year students refine their skills and focus on areas of interest.

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Instructor: Mr. Mark Stevens
  • Education: Willoughby-Eastlake Technical; Lakeland Community College, Kent State University, Cleveland State University.
  • Work Experience: Instructor, Production Welding (25 years), Welder/Fabricator local companies.
  • Hobbies: Fishing, camping, woodworking, sports.

Additional Information

Credits: 3 credits each year (2 Courses/yr-1.5 credits each)
The student will learn:
    •  Shop Safety
    •  Use of Hand Tools    
    •  Use of Power Tools    
    •  Oxyacetylene Welding & Cutting    
    •  Plasma Cutting            
    •  ARC Welding    
    •  MIG Welding
    •  TIG Welding    
    •  Employability Skills
    •  Utilizing Measuring Devices   
    •  Gas Metal Arc Welding
    •  Shielded Metal Arc Welding
    •  Flux Cord Arc Welding
    •  Gas Tungsten Arc Welding
    •  Lakeland Community College - up to 10 credits
    •   Kent State University - up to 30 credits

    •  CT2-up to 10 sem hrs/all OH public colleges

    •  Production Welder
    •  Welder Fitter
    •  Iron Workers
    •  Fabrication
    •  Iron Workers
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