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Earlbeck Technologies Welding Certificates

Earlbeck Technologies and Johnson College

Beginners:
Fundamentals of Welding (FOW 099) 36 hours of training $1550.00
Welding Basics 4 hours of training $150.00
Symbols of Welding 12 hours of training $300.00

 

Intermediate:
Gas Shielded Metal Arc (INT 099) 54 hours of training $2,275.00
Gas Metal Arc (INT098) 42 hours of training $2,275.00
Gas Tungsten Arc (INT097) 48 hours of training $2,275.00

 

Advanced:
Gas Shield Metal Arc (ADV 099) 48 hours of training $2,275.00
Gas Metal Arc (ADV 098) 48 hours of training $2,275.00
Gas Tungsten Arc (ADV 097) 48 hours of training $2,275.00

 

Inspection:
Visual Weld (VWI 099) 6 hours of training $300.00

 

Combination Course:
Any FOW and INT 90 hours of training (max.) $3,519.00

 

**Instruction, supplies, and outfits included in pricing

Course Descriptions

Welding Basics this course will provide the basic knowledge and skills to MIG, TIG, and Stick weld.

Welding Symbols are probably the most misunderstood drawing element in our industry.  Proper application and interpretation of their meaning can greatly enhance weld quality and productivity. This course is designed to provide necessary knowledge and skills to interpret welding symbols.

Fundamentals of Welding (FOW 099) this class is designed to provide necessary knowledge and skills for an entry-level welder. Oxy-Fuel, Gas Tungsten Arc (TIG), Gas Metal Arc (MIG) and Shielded Metal Arc (Stick) processes are taught with 40% theory and 60% hands on practice. Additional lectures are given on basic metallurgy, welding codes, nondestructive examination, and welding symbol.

Gas Shielded Metal Arc (INT 099) this class is designed to advance the student’s skills in the Shielded Metal Arc (Stick) process. Emphasis will be placed on the student’s ability to prepare material and perform welding of fillet and groove welds in carbon steel using E6010 and E7018 electrodes in all positions. Practice is geared towards Structural Welding Code vertical and overhead tests.

Gas Metal Arc (INT098) this class is designed to advance the student’s skills in the Gas Metal Arc (MIG) process. Emphasis will be placed on the student’s ability to prepare material and perform welding of fillet and groove welds in carbon steel in all positions. Practice is geared towards Structural Welding Code vertical and overhead tests.

Gas Tungsten Arc (INT097) this class is designed to advance the student’s skills in the Gas Tungsten Arc (TIG) process. Emphasis will be placed on the student’s ability to prepare material and perform welding of flat, horizontal and vertical fillet welds and flat groove welds in carbon steel, stainless steel and aluminum. Practice is geared towards AWS D17.1 Fusion Welding for Aerospace Application.

Gas Shield Metal Arc (ADV 099) this class will further advance the students welding skills to pipe. The student will learn the techniques required of a certified pipe welder. Proper tacks and feather edging, filler metal angles and manipulations for open root pipe welding are taught. Emphasis will be placed on E6010 root and hot pass with E7018 low hydrogen fill and cap.  Practice is geared toward certification to ASME IX, Boiler & Pressure Vessel Code in the 6G position on carbon steel.

Gas Metal Arc (ADV 098) this class will further advance the students welding skills to pipe. The student will learn the techniques required of a certified pipe welder. Proper tacks and feather edging, filler metal angles and manipulations for open root pipe welding are taught. Class will consist of welding on carbon steel pipe with the GMAW-SC and FCAW processes. Training will be with ER70S solid wire short circuit transfer GMAW down bead root with E71T-1 flux cored wire hot and fill passes, upward progression. Practice is geared toward certification to ASME IX, Boiler & Pressure Vessel Code in the 6G position on carbon steel.

Gas Tungsten Arc (ADV 097) this class will further advance the students welding skills to pipe. The student will learn the techniques required of a certified pipe welder. Proper tacks and feather edging, filler metal angles and manipulations for open root pipe welding are taught. Class will consist of welding on carbon steel pipe with the GTAW process. Training will be with ER70S carbon steel solid wire with upward progression. Practice is geared toward certification to ASME IX, Boiler & Pressure Vessel Code in the 6G position on carbon steel.

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