A national shortage of skilled welders makes this program inviting to those who enjoy physically demanding yet satisfying work.
The CCCTC has recognized the critical need of preparing youth for overlapping career knowledge and skills. In order for students to be employable in the 21st century, they have to be cross-functional. Working with secondary and postsecondary faculty, business and industry leaders and legislators, the Ohio Department of Education and other organization have developed an Automated Materials Joining curriculum that will emphasize Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM). Here at the CCCTC, AMJ will work with our existing Welding and Fabrication program to create employees who are creative, innovative and problem solvers for the 21st century.
- What You'll Learn
- Fundamentals for shielded metal arc welding (SMAW) and flux corded arc welding (FCAW)
- Fundamentals for gas metal arc welding (MIG) and tungsten inert gas welding (TIG)
- CNC machining skills and CNC plasma cutter
- Design, implement and evaluate joining methods
- Project-based instruction to design, build and perform a designed function
- Safety and evolution of joining techniques
- Robotic welding cell introduction
- Metallurgy, blueprint reading and fabrication techniques and welding inspection