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Welding and Cutting
 Instructor What you Learn What you can Earn
Robert OleskyPlaceholder for Male Headshot
Phone: 330-847-0503 ext 1311
Program Supervisor: Bob Bonish
Downloads:
  • General safety practices
  • Shield metal arc welding (Stick) process
  • Gas metal arc (MIG)
  • Gas tungsten arc (TIG)
  • Flux-core arc welding process (FCAW)
  • Oxy/ acet. welding and brazing process
  • Plate and pipe welding
  • Oxy/ Acet. cutting process
  • Plasma arc cutting process/ manual and robotic or mechanized
  • Air carbon arc cutting and gouging process
  • Fabricating, layout, forming of metals
  • Blueprint reading
  • Standard welding symbols and abbreviations
  • Mathematics used
  • Metallurgy-casts, mild steels, stanless aluminum, etc. 
  • American Welding Society
    • D1.1 Structural Certification
  • OSHA 10
  • NCCER "Entry Level" 
 Opportunities Get Involved Are you Ready
College
  • Statewide Credit Agreement 
  • Kent State University, up to 3 credits towards Associate of Applied Science in Mechanical Engineering Tech., General Concentration
  • New Castle School of Trades, up to 250 hours
  • Triangle Tech, credit towards Assoc. Spec. Tech. Degree
Career
 Construction and Manufacturing Welder, combination fitter welder, specialist welder - who may work at oil fields, pipe lines, ship yards, bridges and military installations, production and maintenance welder, welding foreperson, job or fabrication shop owner, equipment sales
Career Tech Student Organization Association
 
SkillsUSA: Ohio
SkillsUSA: National
 
Other
 
  • DIversity Club
  • SADD
  • National Technical Honor Society 
  • Excellent to very good attendance recommended
  • Shop and mechanical electives are suggested
  • General tools and hand-eye coordination are helpful skills
  • Students enrolling in the TCTC may have no more than two credit deficiencies toward graduation 

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