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Metal Fabrication

Instructor: James Jimison

The Metal Fabrication pathway is designed as a secondary program for preparation to enter the field of metalworking. The Metal Fabrication program includes an introduction to the basic machining metalworking processes as well as an introduction to the basic welding profession. The purpose of the course is to prepare students to continue study in a postsecondary metals program (Welding or Machine Tool Operation) or to begin work at the entry level in a metal occupation. Students in this pathway may choose careers as machinists, technicians, managers, or engineers.

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