REAL-WORLD PREPERATION FOR THE

METAL FABRICATION AND WELDING INDUSTRY

DAY COURSES: Graduate in 6 Months | NIGHT COURSES: Graduate in 11 Months

The Fundamentals of Fabrication program objective is to provide students with occupational training required for employment in the field of metal fabrication and welding. The curriculum is accelerated while embracing the hands-on approach to learning, and will apply across various industries.

REAL-WORLD PREPERATION FOR THE METAL FABRICATION AND WELDING INDUSTRY

DAY COURSES: Graduate in 6 Months
NIGHT COURSES: Graduate in 11 Months

The Fundamentals of Fabrication program objective is to provide students with occupational training required for employment in the field of metal fabrication and welding. The curriculum is accelerated while embracing the hands-on approach to learning, and will apply across various industries.

AREAS OF INSTRUCTION

Don’t Compare Us to a Welding School. Our Program is Specialized to Include:

WELDING

MIG Welding

TIG Welding

Advanced Welding

Welding Operations

FABRICATION

Aluminum Projects

Bending

Notching

Part Forming & Construction

Mill & Lathe Operations

Sheet Metal Shaping

Plasma Cutting

Blue Print Reading

CAD / CNC Intro

ADVANCED AUTOMOTIVE DESIGN

Group Chassis Project

Group Motorcycle Project

Front Suspension Design

Rear Suspension Design

Steering Design

Headers

Bend-Tech Operations

COURSE PROJECTS

Students will participate in a series of projects that will help refine the skills they learn as the course progresses. These projects are specifically designed to ensure students are repeatedly utilizing the entire curriculum and building their expertise on skills learned day one. Some Fundamentals of Fabrication sample projects have included:

  • WELDING BENCH
  • HEADER DESIGN
  • MECHANIC’S CHAIR
  • ROLL CAGE
  • MOTORCYCLE CHASSIS
  • BEAD ROLLING ART
  • WELDING BENCH
  • HEADER DESIGN
  • MECHANIC’S CHAIR
  • ROLL CAGE
  • MOTORCYCLE CHASSIS
  • BEAD ROLLING ART

CURRICULUM

The training for this program is 728 clock hours required for graduation. The below is a breakdown of each subject within the program and the approximate hours of lecture and lab combined.

PROGRAM BREAKDOWN

MODULE APPROXIMATE HOURS
MIG Welding 28
TIG Welding 28
Production / Manufacturing 28
Aluminum 1 35
Bending 28
Notching 21
Part Forming & Construction 56
Advanced Welding 28
Aluminum 2 35
Mill & Lathe Operations 35
Sheet Metal Shaping 28
Plasma Cutting 14
Bend-Tech Design Operations 28
Group Chassis Project 49
Group Motorcycle Project 28
Headers 14
Blue Print Machining 1 14
Front Suspension Design 63
Welding Operations 7
Steering Design 56
Blue Print Machining 2 21
Rear Suspension Design 56
CAD / CNC Introduction 21
Project Wrap-Up & Final Exam 7
Overall Total Hours 728

CURRICULUM

The training for this program is 728 clock hours required for graduation. The below is a breakdown of each subject within the program and the approximate hours of lecture and lab combined.

PROGRAM BREAKDOWN

MODULE APPROXIMATE HOURS
MIG Welding 28
TIG Welding 28
Production / Manufacturing 28
Aluminum 1 35
Bending 28
Notching 21
Part Forming & Construction 56
Advanced Welding 28
Aluminum 2 35
Mill & Lathe Operations 35
Sheet Metal Shaping 28
Plasma Cutting 14
Bend-Tech Design Operations 28
Group Chassis Project 49
Group Motorcycle Project 28
Headers 14
Blue Print Machining 1 14
Front Suspension Design 63
Welding Operations 7
Steering Design 56
Blue Print Machining 2 21
Rear Suspension Design 56
CAD / CNC Introduction 21
Project Wrap-Up & Final Exam 7
Overall Total Hours 728