Manufacturing Technology: Welding II, Advanced Certificate

MAFT.CRT.V63

Program Overview

The Manufacturing Technology: Welding II Advanced Certificate is designed to develop within the student practical skills in drafting, tungsten inert gas welding, metal inert gas welding, stick electrode welding, oxyacetylene welding, oxyacetylene cutting and oxyacetylene brazing. Such entry-level manufacturing welding positions include, but are not limited to: manufacturing welder technician, production welder/fitter and fabricator. The core competencies of manufacturing production taught in this program are based on Manufacturing Skill Standards Council criteria. The MSSC is an industry-led, training, assessment and certification system focused on the core skills and knowledge needed by the nation’s front-line production and material handling workers.

Additional Program Information

Students who successfully pass all four assessments (MAFT 1112, MAFT 1222, MAFT 1232 and MAFT 1312) will be recognized as a Certified Production Technician (CPT) by the MSSC.

For more information about our graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed the program, and other important information, please visit www.kcc.edu/gainfulemployment/.

Program Requirements

Major Courses

MAFT 1112Intro to Manufacturing and Safety

2 Credits

MAFT 1222Quality and Measurement

2 Credits

MAFT 1232Manufacturing Processes

2 Credits

MAFT 1312Intro to Manufacturing Maintenance

2 Credits

MATH 1113Technical Mathematics I

3 Credits

MAFT 1323Lean and Quality Overview

3 Credits

WELD 1114Basic Welding

4 Credits

WELD 2124Tungsten Inert Gas Welding

4 Credits

WELD 1124Advanced Arc Welding

4 Credits

WELD 1263Metallurgy & Heat Treatment

3 Credits

WELD 2224Metallic Inert Gas Welding

4 Credits

WELD 2044Pipe Welding

4 Credits

MCHN 1311Precision Measurement

1 Credit

MCHN 1442Rigging

2 Credits

MCHN 1323Fabrication

3 Credits

A higher level mathematics course can be substituted.

Choose one

WELD 2062Fillet Weld Special Problems

2 Credits

WELD 2072Groove Weld Special Problems

2 Credits

WELD 2172Pipe Weld Special Problems

2 Credits

Total Credit Hours: 45

Suggested Course Sequence

Fall semester

MAFT 1112Intro to Manufacturing and Safety

2 Credits

MAFT 1222Quality and Measurement

2 Credits

MAFT 1232Manufacturing Processes

2 Credits

MAFT 1312Intro to Manufacturing Maintenance

2 Credits

WELD 1114Basic Welding

4 Credits

Spring semester

WELD 1124Advanced Arc Welding

4 Credits

MCHN 1311Precision Measurement

1 Credit

WELD 1263Metallurgy & Heat Treatment

3 Credits

MCHN 1442Rigging

2 Credits

Fall semester

WELD 2124Tungsten Inert Gas Welding

4 Credits

WELD 2044Pipe Welding

4 Credits

MCHN 1323Fabrication

3 Credits

WELD Welding Special Problems Course

2 Credits

Spring Semester

MAFT 1323Lean and Quality Overview

3 Credits

WELD 2224Metallic Inert Gas Welding

4 Credits

MATH 1113Technical Mathematics I

3 Credits

Program Cost

Minimum credit hours required for completion: 45
Tuition and fees - $147.00 per credit hour 147.00
$6,615.00
Lab fees:
MAFT 1112 Intro to Manufacturing & Safety 130.00
MAFT 1222 Quality and Measurement 130.00
MAFT 1232 Manufacturing Processes 130.00
MAFT 1312 Intro to Manufacturing Maintenance 130.00
MCHN 1442 Rigging 15.00
WELD 1114 Basic Welding 100.00
WELD 1124 Advanced Arc Welding 100.00
WELD 20X2 Welding Special Problems 60.00
WELD 2044 Pipe Welding 150.00
WELD 2124 Tungsten Inert Gas 100.00
WELD 2224 Metallic Inert Gas 100.00
1,145.00
1,145.00
 Testing Fees:        
   MAFT 1112  Intro to Manufacturing & Safety
   43.00  
   MAFT 1222  Quality and Measurement    43.00  
   MAFT 1232  Manufacturing Processes    43.00  
   MAFT 1312  Intro to Manufacturing Maintenance    43.00  
         172.00  
          172.00 
 Test:          
     MSSC Registration Fee (one time)    60.00  
          60.00 
Books:
MAFT 1323 Lean & Quality Overview
189.05
MATH 1113 Technical Mathematics I or higher* 371.40
MCHN 1311 Precision Measurement 53.35
MCHN 1442 Rigging 63.95
WELD 1114 Basic Welding* 119.00
WELD 1263 Metallurgy
103.00
899.75
899.75
Supplies:
MCHN Courses:
Safety glasses 10.00
Steel rule 5.60
Digital or dial veneer caliper 30.00
45.60
45.60
WELD Courses:
(All supplies are obtainable at Pratt’s except high-top shoes, boots, drafting kit and steel rule.)
#5 filter lens 5.60
Leather welding gloves 8.71
Mild steel wire brush 2.00
Stainless steel brush 4.63
Heavy pliers 16.13
High-top shoes or boots 60.50
Tip cleaner 3.15
Striker 2.50
Welding hood - #10 or 11 filter lens 32.70
Chipping hammer 8.27
Leather welding jacket or sleeves 56.88
Mill jacket 25.46
Welding beany 8.00
Safety glasses 6.05
Steel rule 5.60
2 – 3/32 – 2% Thoriated 5.25
2 – 3/32 – 2% Zirconium 5.95
16’ tape measurer 6.00
Stainless wire brush 4.63
4 – 3/32 E-3TM (Purple) Tungstens 5.25
4 – 3/32 2% Zirconium Tungstens 5.95
Wire Cutters 10.00
11R Vise Grip 15.00
$304.21
304.21
TOTAL $9,241.56
*The same textbook is used for WELD 1114, WELD 2124, and WELD 2224.
All prices are subject to change. Please visit Hammes Bookstore for the most up-to-date textbook prices.
Intro to Manufacturing & Safety

Gainful Employment

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