Welding Skills, Processes and Practices for Entry Level Welders Book 1 First Edition by Larry Jeffus and Lawrence Bower.
ABOUT THE SERIES:
Welding: Skills, Processes and Practices for Entry-Level Welders is an exciting new series that has been designed specifically to support the American Welding Society’s (AWS) SENSE EG2.0 training guidelines. Offered in three volumes, these books are carefully crafted learning tools consisting of theory-based texts that are accompanied by companion lab manuals, and extensive instructor support materials. With a logical organization that closely follows the modular structure of the AWS guidelines, the series will guide readers through the process of acquiring and practicing welding knowledge and skills. For schools already in the SENSE program, for those planning to join, or for schools interested in obtaining certifiable outcomes based on nationally recognized industry standards order to comply with the latest Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education in requirements, Welding: Skills, Processes and Practices for Entry-Level Welders offers a turnkey solution of high quality teaching and learning aids.
Career and technical education instructors at the high school level are often called upon to be multi-disciplinary educators, teaching welding as only one of as many as five technical disciplines in any given semester. The Welding: Skills, Processes and Practices for Entry-Level Welders package provides these educators with a process-based, structured approach and the tools they need to be prepared to deliver high level training on processes and materials with which they may have limited familiarity or experience. Student learning, satisfaction and retention are the target of the logically planned practices, supplements and full color textbook illustrations. While the AWS standards for entry level welders are covered, students are also introduced to the latest in high technology welding equipment such as pulsed gas metal arc welding (GMAW-P). Career pathways and career clusters may be enhanced by the relevant mathematics applied to real world activities as well as oral and written communication skills linked to student interaction and reporting.
Book 1, the core volume, introduces students to the welding concepts covered in AWS SENSE Modules 1, 2, 3, 8 and 9 (Occupational Orientation, Safety and Health of Welders, Drawing and Welding Symbol Interpretation, Thermal Cutting, and Weld Inspection Testing and Codes). Book 1 contains all the material needed for a SENSE program that prepares students for qualification in Thermal Cutting processes. The optional Books 2 and 3 cover other important welding processes and are grouped in logical combinations. Book 2 corresponds to AWS SENSE Modules 5 and 6 (GMAW, FCAW), and Book 3 corresponds to AWS SENSE Modules 4 and 7 (SMAW, GTAW).
The texts feature hundreds of four-color figures, diagrams and tight shots of actual welds to speed beginners to an understanding of the most widely used welding processes.
• Produced in close collaboration with experienced instructors from established SENSE programs to maximize the alignment of the content with SENSE guidelines and to ensure 100% coverage of Level I-Entry Welder Key Indicators.
• Chapter introductions contain general performance objectives, key terms used, and the AWS SENSE EG2.0 Key Indicators addressed in the chapter.
• Coverage of Key Indicators is indicated in the margin by a torch symbol and a numerical reference.
• Contains scores of fully illustrated Practices, which are guided exercises designed to help students master processes and materials. Where applicable, the Practices reproduce and reference actual AWS technical drawings in order to help students create acceptable workmanship samples.
• Each section introduces students to the materials, equipment, setup
procedures and critical safety information they need in order to weld
• Hundreds of four-color figures, diagrams and tight shots of actual welds to speed beginners to an understanding of the most widely used welding processes.
• End of chapter review questions develop critical thinking skills and help students to understand “why” as well as “how.”
Welding: Skills, Processes and Practices for Entry-Level Welders: Book One Larry Jeffus/Lawrence Bower.
➤Chapter 1: Introduction to Welding
➤Chapter 2: Safety in Welding
➤Chapter 3: Drawing and Welding Symbol Interpretation
➤Chapter 4: Fabrication
➤Chapter 5: Welding Codes, Standards, and Cost
➤Chapter 6: Flame Cutting
➤Chapter 7: Plasma Arc Cutting
➤Chapter 8: Related Cutting Processes
➤Chapter 9: Testing and Inspection of Welds
➤Chapter 10: Welder Certification
⏩Edition: 1st edition
⏩Authors: Larry Jeffus and Lawrence Bower
⏩Puplisher: Delmar, Cengage Learning
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