Economics of Welding

Price Member: $688.00
Non-member: $917.00

Course Length 18 hours
Availability to Course Materials Course – 30 days
Exam – 10 more days
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MODULE 1 – Process Variables: Current, Amperage, Voltage

MODULE 2 – Process Variables: Polarity, Inductance, Arc Length, CTTWD, Shielding Gas

MODULE 3 – Process Variables: Travel Angle, Transverse Angle, Travel Speed, Electrode Position, Wire Feed Speed

MODULE 4 – SMAW: Process Variables

MODULE 5 – GTAW: Process Variables

MODULE 6 – GMAW: Process Variables

MODULE 7 – FCAW: Process Variables

MODULE 8 – SAW: Process Variables

MODULE 9 – Weld Process Comparison: Advantages and Disadvantages I

MODULE 10 – Weld Process Comparison: Advantages and Disadvantages II

MODULE 11 – Manufacturing Costs: Materials, Labor, Equipment, Overhead

MODULE 12 – Welding Procedure Specification

MODULE 13 – Determining the Cost of Weld: Calculating Area

MODULE 14 – Determining the Cost of Weld: Calculating Volume

MODULE 15 – Determining the Cost of Weld: Calculating Deposited Weight

MODULE 16 – Determining the Cost of Weld: Calculating Deposition Efficiency

MODULE 17 – Determining the Cost of Weld: Calculating Deposition Rate

MODULE 18 – Calculating Labor Costs: Arc Time, Non-Arc Time, Total Labor Time

MODULE 19 – Calculating Labor Costs: Operator Factor

MODULE 20 – Calculating Labor Costs: Problem Solving

MODULE 21 – Calculating Filler Metal and Labor Costs: Problem Solving

MODULE 22 – Calculating Weld Job Costs: Problem Solving

MODULE 23 – Managing Costs: Joint Design, Weld Design, WPS, Mistake Proofing, Production Planning

MODULE 24 – Managing Costs: Eliminating Operations, Supporting Activities, Field Welding, process Selection

MODULE 25 – Managing Costs: Unforeseen Costs, Quality Issues, Overwelding

MODULE 26 – Practice Problems: 15 Problems

MODULE 27 – Practice Quiz 1: 5 Problems

MODULE 28 – Practice Quiz 2: 5 Problems

MODULE 29 – Practice Quiz 3: 5 Problems

MODULE 30 – Practice Quiz 4: 5 Problems

Who should take this course?
Welders, welding foremen, welding supervisors, production managers, welding sales representatives and other welding professionals that require the mathematical skills to accurately measure the physical dimensions of welds and calculate the cost of the labor, materials, and equipment required to produce them.
Do I qualify to take this course?
The Economics of Welding Course is comprehensive, yet easy-to-understand. It serves as a comprehensive introduction for students new to the economics of welding and a detailed refresher for professionals preparing to take the CWS certification exam or implement economically sound practices.
How long do I have to complete this course?
Participants have access to the course content 24 hours a day for a period of 30 days from the date of registration. After this 30-day period, participants will have an additional 10 days to pass the completion exam. The exam can be activated before the end of the 30-day period if the student has completed all the modules.
Does this course include a completion exam?
Yes. Upon completion of the final course module, participants are prompted to take an exam designed to evaluate their comprehension of the subject matter. The completion exam consists of 40 multiple-choice questions and must be completed within a 90-minute period. Participants who do not attain the 75% passing score may attempt to retake the exam a second time. Participants who pass the exam earn a Certificate of Completion. The Certificate will arrive at the address used for registration 10 to 14 business days after the date of examination. International shipping delivery dates may vary.
Do I need to purchase any other materials?
No. All the materials and resources necessary to complete the course objectives are included.
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