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MTec 112

Shielded Metal Arc Welding


COURSE DESCRIPTION
 This course is designed to enhance the knowledge,
desirable attitudes and skills to perform shielded metal
arc welding work to the standard expected in the
workplace.
 The course covers, competencies such as; utilize
specialized communications, develop team and
individual needs, apply problem solving techniques in
the workplace, perform workplace safety and
housekeeping, interpret blueprint, set up work area
equipment and accessories, prepare weld joints,
deposit weld beads, prepare materials and tools, and
weld carbon steel pipes and plates in all position for
fillet and groove welds.
COMPETENCY-BASED
CURRICULUM
 BASIC COMPETENCIES

 COMMON COMPETENCIES

 CORE COMPETENCIES
COMPETENCY-BASED
CURRICULUM
 BASIC COMPETENCIES
 Participating in workplace communication

 Working in a team environment

 Practicing career professionalism

 Practicing occupational health and safety


COMPETENCY-BASED
CURRICULUM
 COMMON COMPETENCIES
 Applying safety practices

 Interpreting drawing and sketches

 Performing industry calculation

 Contributing to quality system

 Using hand tools

 Preparing weld materials

 Setting-up welding equipment

 Fitting-up weld materials

 Repairing weld
COMPETENCY-BASED
CURRICULUM
 CORE COMPETENCIES
 Performing groove welding on carbon steel
plate
 Performing groove welding on carbon steel
pipe
BASIC COMPETENCIES

 Participate
in workplace communication
 Expected Outcomes:
 Obtain and convey workplace information
 Complete relevant work related documents

 Participate in workplace meeting and


discussions
BASIC COMPETENCIES

 Work in a team environment


 Expected Outcomes:
 Describe and identify team role and
responsibility in a team
 Describe work as a team
BASIC COMPETENCIES

 Practice
career professionalism
 Expected Outcomes:
 Integratepersonal objectives with
organizational goals
 Set and meet work priorities

 Maintain professional growth and


development.
BASIC COMPETENCIES

 Practice
occupational health and safety
 Expected Outcomes:
 Identityhazards and risks
 Evaluate hazards and risks

 Control hazards and risks

 Maintain occupational health and safety


awareness.
COMMON COMPETENCIES

 Applysafety practices
 Expected Outcomes:
 Identifyhazardous area
 Use personal protective clothing and
devices
 Perform safe handling of tools, equipment
and materials
 Perform first aid

 Use Fire extinguisher


COMMON COMPETENCIES

 Interpret
drawing and sketches
 Expected Outcomes:
 Identify standard alphabet of lines
 Identify orthographic/ isometric views

 Interpret standard drawing symbols,


dimensional tolerances and notations
COMMON COMPETENCIES

 Performindustry calculation
 Expected Outcomes:
 Perform four fundamental operations.
 Perform conversion of units

 Perform calculations on algebraic


expressions
 Compute percentage and ratio
COMMON COMPETENCIES

 Contributeto quality system


 Expected Outcomes:
 Inspect work done.
 Apply quality standards to work

 Protect company property and customer


interests
COMMON COMPETENCIES

 Use hand tools


 Expected Outcomes:
 Inspect work done.
 Apply quality standards to work

 Protect company property and customer


interests
COMMON COMPETENCIES

 Prepareweld materials
 Expected Outcomes:
 Set up cutting equipment
 Cut and prepare edge of materials

 Clean surfaces and edges

 Prepare welding consumables

 Prepare welding safety and protective


equipment
COMMON COMPETENCIES

 Set-upwelding equipment
 Expected Outcomes:
 Set up welding machine
 Set up welding accessories

 Set up welding positioners, jigs and fixtures


COMMON COMPETENCIES

 Fit-up
materials
 Expected Outcomes:
 Performtack welding
 Check gap and alignment
COMMON COMPETENCIES

 Repairweld
 Expected Outcomes:
 Mark/locate weld defects
 Prepare tools and equipment

 Remove defects

 Perform re-welding
CORE COMPETENCIES

 Perform groove welding on carbon steel


plate
 Expected Outcomes:
 Weld carbon steel plates in flat position (1G)
 Weld carbon steel plates in horizontal
position (2G)
 Weld carbon steel plates in vertical position
(3G)
 Weld carbon steel plates in overhead
position (4G)
CORE COMPETENCIES

 Perform groove welding on carbon steel


pipe
 Expected Outcomes:
 Weld carbon steel pipe in flat position (2G)
 Weld carbon steel pipe in horizontal position
(5G)
 Weld carbon steel pipe in vertical position
(6G)
FORMAT
Prepared by: Your name
LEARNING OUTCOME:

At the end of the discussion you will be


able to:
 Understand how to weld carbon steel pipe
in flat position (2G)
 Identify techniques on how to weld carbon
steel pipe in horizontal position (6G)
Any Questions
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