CCC offers a variety of welding workshops, ranging from very basic to advanced skill levels. Workshops include lecture and hands-on lab training under the close supervision of a qualified trainer. We can customize our training programs to meet your organization’s unique needs and culture.
Welding training is offered on campus, or we can bring the training to your organization with our mobile welding lab.
Welding workshops include, but aren’t limited to:
Covers advanced programming and maintenance on an industrial size welding robot. Prerequisite: Basic ERC Robotic Welding
Covers ERC Motoman basic programming and welding with an industrial size robot. Prerequisite: Gas Metal Arc Welding I or equivalent welding skills
Covers Kuka robotics basic programming and welding with an industrial size robot. Prerequisite: Gas Metal Arc Welding I or equivalent welding skills
Covers XRC Motoman basic programming and welding with an industrial sized robot.
Blueprint reading, welding symbols, and basic drafting skills that are used in the welding industry.
Theory and practice in brazing and braze welding. Skill development using mild steel, cast iron, and aluminum will be covered.
Theory and practice of cutting. A variety of cutting processes will be covered, including oxyacetylene and plasma.
Theory and application. Includes welding all positions using self-shielding and externally shielded electrodes. Submerged arc will include groove and fillets in the flat and horizontal positions only.
Theory and application of gas metal arc welding; welds made in flat position on mild steel. This course is short and intensive for production welding skills.
Theory and application of the gas metal arc welding process on mild steel. Welds are made in all positions, on various joints, and using different shielding gases.
The spray transfer mode of deposit for welding will be covered in this course. Aluminum, stainless, and other nonferrous filler materials will be used.
Theory and application of gas tungsten arc welding using mild steel in all positions. Proficiency must be demonstrated with the oxyacetylene welding process prior to entering this course.
Stainless steel and aluminum are welded in all positions.
Provides the student with the skills necessary to pass pipe qualification test in the 2G, 5G, and 6G positions on mild steel.
The design and fabrication of an approved project is included in this course. A working print, estimation of cost and time, and a list of materials are required. Credit value will be arranged.
A study of metals as related to their properties, alloying elements, and code systems is covered.
Study and application of resistance, friction, hard facing, and cast iron welding along with the use and application of the twin carbon arc torch. Other less familiar welding processes will also be covered.
Equipment and supplies are used in a safe manner when welding with the oxyacetylene welding equipment. Skill development will be in all positions.
This course covers the properties of polyethylene pipe, codes, and standards used in the polyethylene pipe industry as it relates to the natural gas industry. It also covers how to operate and maintain equipment used in the fusing of polyethylene pipe.
Emphasizes safety, theory, and nomenclature. Welding skills will be developed in all positions using mild steel and stainless steel. Several electrodes and types of joint designs will be used.
Welding in all recognized fixed positions and welding pipe. Prerequisite: Shield Metal Arc Welding I
The development of pipe welding skills in the 5G position welding vertical up. First unit covers E6010 root pass and E7018 fill and cap; second unit covers E6010 root and E6010 fill and cap. Prerequisite: Shield Metal Arc Welding II or equivalent welding skills.
The development of pipe welding skills in the 5G position welding vertical down. Unit one covers E6010 root, E6010 fill and cap; unit two covers E6010 root, E70 10-A, fill and cap. Prerequisite: Shield Metal Arc Welding II or equivalent welding skills
The development of pipe welding skills in the 2G E6010 root, E7018 fill and cap, 6G E6010 root, and E7018 fill and cap. Prerequisite: Shield Metal Arc Welding II or equivalent welding skills
Various familiarization of welding codes and inspection techniques are covered relating to weld quality. Unit one will cover codes and standards and unit two will cover testing techniques.
This course requires weldments to be made which will satisfactorily withstand the guided bend test as specified by the AWS D1. 1 Structural Steel Welding Code. Each unit will consist of a welding process. Unit one, different SMAW; unit two, GMAW; unit three FCAW; and unit four SAW.
Basic repair and troubleshooting of welding power supplies, wire feeders, and accessory equipment.