Applied Welding Technology
Gordon Cooper Technology Center offers full time career pathways to high school juniors, seniors and adults. A student is eligible to receive college credit for most full-time career majors. High School students are eligible to receive math credit for various career majors. Courses are offered from 8:10 to 11:10 AM and 12:55 to 3:55 PM Monday through Friday. A student can choose to attend either the AM or PM session or both sessions. All students must be assessed before entering a career major.
Applied Welding Technology is designed to prepare individuals for job ready employment within the welding industry, and provides the student with skills in oxyacetylene welding and cutting (OAW), electric arc welding (SMAW), gas metal arc welding (GMAW), gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW).
Occupational competency certificates may be earned for multiprocessing welder. Proficiency will be developed in basic blue prints, math, welding terminology and the development of good safe working habits and attitudes.
Instructor: Joe Curtis (405) 273-7493 x 2312