Academics

Course Descriptions

Phlebotomy (WELD)


WELD 103  Special Welding  (3)
Any welding process available at Green River designed to suit the needs of the student who registers for either a specified number of hours, or enters on a space-available basis after the class has begun. Credits completed in WELD 103 are applied to WELD 141, 142, 143 or 194. (Special Note: Veterans may not exceed a total of 16 credits in WELD 103. Eight credits must apply to other welding courses as indicated if they are receiving educational benefits from the Veterans Administration.) PREREQUISITE: Instructor's permission.
WELD 107  Basic Blueprint Reading  (3)
A related subject for welding students to help prepare them for the demands of the industry. Covers alphabet of lines, orthographic and isometric drawings, shop prints and details of how to read them, standard measuring devices and their uses, structural materials (how they intersect and tie together) and welding symbols and their applications.

WELD 141  Basic Arc Weld and Flame Cutting  (1-13)
Prepares students as trade welders or, with proper selection of classes, to receive an AAS degree as Welding Technicians using one or more welding processes. Students learn arc welding of low-carbon steel in all positions, electrode clarification, and manual and machine flame cutting of low carbon steels using oxy-acetylene process. PREREQUISITE: Instructor's permission.
WELD 142  Intermediate Welding  (1-13)
For students with previous welding experience or WELD 141. Students continue arc welding of low-carbon steel in all positions in preparation for the American Welding Society (AWS) or Washington Association of Building Officials (WABO) test. Students learn theory and application of stick electrode and carbon electrode for cutting and gouging. PREREQUISITE: Instructor's permission.

WELD 143  Advanced Arc Welding  (1-13)
Introduces gas tungsten arc, gas metallic arc, and flux cored arc welding processes for those students proficient at manual arc and oxy-acetylene welding. Students gain experience in all of the general welding processes used by local industry. PREREQUISITE: Instructor's permission.
WELD 177-179  Welding Work Experience 1-3  (1-12)
Allows student to work full- or part-time in jobs directly related to their programs and interests. Students may receive a salary or volunteer. PREREQUISITE: Concurrent enrollment in COOP 171 and instructor's permission.

WELD 177-179  Welding Work Experience 1-3  (1-12)
Allows student to work full- or part-time in jobs directly related to their programs and interests. Students may receive a salary or volunteer. PREREQUISITE: Concurrent enrollment in COOP 171 and instructor's permission.
WELD 177-179  Welding Work Experience 1-3  (1-12)
Allows student to work full- or part-time in jobs directly related to their programs and interests. Students may receive a salary or volunteer. PREREQUISITE: Concurrent enrollment in COOP 171 and instructor's permission.

WELD 194  Special Welding Project 1  (1-13)
Suits the student’s personal needs. Course focuses beyond basic techniques in GTAW, GMAW, FCAW, SMAW, in pipe, plate, aluminum, titanium, and magnesium welding. PREREQUISITE: Instructor's permission.
WELD 195  Special Welding Project 2  (1-13)
Provides students with the manual skills and technical knowledge that is required by industry to pass various specialized welding tests, and to meet industry certification standards. Students increase their level of proficiency in each welding process. PREREQUISITE: Instructor's permission.

WELD 196  Special Welding Project 3  (1-13)
Further provides the students with the manual skills and technical knowledge that is required by the industry to pass various specialized welding tests and to meet industry certification standards. Students increase their level of proficiency in each welding process. PREREQUISITE: Instructor's permission.