WELDING TRAINING

It is the students' responsibility to obtain their textbook before the class begins. The Textbook name and ISBN's are listed as part of the class descriptions.

Requirement for ALL Welding Courses

Proper attire provided by the student includes welding gloves, cotton jacket, welding helmet and high top work boots and MUST be worn during classtimes, including the 1st night.

Arc Welding I

Level I consists of placing emphasis on the operation of an arc welder and includes safety, equipment identification, cutting, beveling, and electrode selection. The student will learn to run a bead with 6010 and 7018 electrodes. A textbook is not needed for this course.
This class meets one night a week for 15 weeks.
Tuition: $275
Night/Time: Monday/5:30 - 9:30 p.m.
Instructor: H. Frasier

Arc Welding II-III-IV

Level II covers preparing and welding plate in the flat position including in the down hand, open V butt and T welds. Level III includes specific vertical position welding including open V butts and T welding tasks, and an introduction to metallurgy. Level IV includes specific overhead position welding tasks including open head V butts and T welds. Grading based on accuracy and performance. A textbook is not needed for this course.
This class meets two nights a week for 15 weeks.
Tuition: $500
Night/Time: Tuesday & Wednesday/5:30 - 9:30 p.m.
Instructor: H. Frasier

MIG Welding

This course covers preparing the welding power supply, the wire feed machine, and the shielding gas supply for safe operations. Emphasis will be placed on the operation of the MIG Arc Welding machine and welding a bead in the down hand welding position.  
Prerequisite:  Arc Welding I
This class is for Mild Steel Welding ONLY. 
Tuition:
$325
Night/Time: Thursdays/5:30 - 9:30 p.m.
Instructor: H. Frasier

TIG Welding

This course is designed to prepare advanced welding students for the TIG welding process.  Along with training in various types of TIG welding techniques, the student will receive instruction in the safe use of TIG welding equipment. 
Prerequisite:  Arc Welding I. 
This class is for MildSteel and Aluminum Welding ONLY.
Tuition: $350
Night/Time: Thursdays/5:30 - 9:30 p.m.
Instructor: H. Frasier

Pipe Welding

This course is for the advanced welder who has completed ARC Welding I, II, III, and IV (or equivalent documented experience).  Even though many of the skills are comparable to other types of welding, pipe welders develop skills that are unique only to pipe welding.  Proficient pipe welders must be willing to work hard and spend  time at their trade.  Good physical condition, eyesight, and mechanical aptitude are also required.  Must be able to weld in the vertical and overhead positions
Tuition:
$500
Night/Time:
Tuesday & Wednesday/5:30 - 9:30 p.m.
Instructor: H. Frasier

Blueprint Reading

Appropriate for those working in basic manufacturing i.e.: molding, machinists, welding, tool and die making, etc. Review of basic blueprint reading and advanced print reading with emphasis on datum line and datum identifiers. Geometric dimensioning is also included.
This class meets one night a week for 10 weeks. A textbook is not needed for this course.
Tuition: $150
Night/Time:
Thursday/5:30 - 9:30 p.m.
Instructor: B. Pijaszek
Textbook Title:
Print Reading for Industry

For More Information about the program contact us at:

Bay-Arenac ISD
Adult Education

4155 Monitor Road
Bay City, MI 48706
(989) 667-3275 Telephone
(800) 227-6382 Toll Free
(989) 667-3291 Fax

2016-2017 Ongoing Registration

Begins August 22,2016

All Adult Education Program Registrations will be taken on a first come, first serve basis until program(s) are full.