Maui Community College Course Outline 1. Alpha and Number WELD 22E Course Title Arc Welding II Credits 2 Date of Outline March 17, 2004 Course Description Introduces the theory of Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) of ferrous metals in the vertical and overhead positions. Develops practical skills in SMAW techniques and emphasizes safe equipment operation procedures. 2. Contact Hours/Type 4 hours lec/lab 4. Prerequisites WELD 22D or consent Corequisites Recommended Preparation Approved by _____________________________________ Date___________________ 2 5. General Course Objectives Develops skills in Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) of ferrous metals in the vertical and overhead positions. Requires safe care and use of hand and power tools in practical applications in the shop. 6. Specific Course Objectives, Competencies, and Learner Outcomes For assessment purposes, these are linked to #7. Recommended Course Content. Upon completion of this course the student will be able to: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. list common destructive and non-destructive tests identify welding power sources list welding applications complete equipment safety inspection perform minor external equipment repairs perform vertical fillet welds perform vertical groove welds perform overhead fillet welds perform overhead groove welds identify common weld defects 7. Recommended Course Content and Approximate Time Spent on Each Topic Linked to #6. Specific Course Objectives, Competencies, and Learner Outcomes. 2-4 Weeks Safety and basic tools ( a-d) 11-13 Weeks Shop exercises and projects (e-j) 8. Text and Materials, Reference Materials, Auxiliary Materials and Content Required Text: Essentials of Welding, Raymond J. Sacks, Glencoe Reference Book: Welding Fundamentals, Mike Gellerman, Delmar Welding Skills, R.T. Miller, American Technical Publishers 9. Recommended Course Requirements and Evaluation Quizzes, midterms and final exams 30-50% Lab Exercises. 50-70% 10. Methods of Instruction 3 Instruction is self paced: utilizes written and reading exercises, video supported demonstrations, live demonstrations, hands-on project work, and individual and group discussion as required.