Name: ________________________________________ Welding (48.0508) Directions: Evaluate the student by checking the appropriate number to indicate the degree of competency. Rating Scale (0-6): 0 No Exposure – no experience/knowledge in this area; program/course did not provide instruction in this area 1 Unsuccessful Attempt – unable to meet knowledge or performance criteria and/or required significant assistance 2 Partially Demonstrated – met some of the knowledge or performance criteria with or without minor assistance 3 Knowledge Demonstrated – met knowledge criteria without assistance at least once 4 Performance Demonstrated – met performance criteria without assistance at least once 5 Repetitively Demonstrated – met performance and/or knowledge criteria without assistance on multiple occasions 6 Mastered – successfully applied knowledge or skills in this area to solve related problems independently 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 A. Appreciate and apply all personal and work place safety procedures. Notes: 1. Demonstrate proper use and inspection of personal protective equipment (PPE). 2. Demonstrate proper safe work area and hot zone operation practices. 3. Demonstrate proper use and inspection of ventilation equipment. 4. Describe proper work actions for working in confined space. 5. Demonstrate proper use of precautionary labeling and MSDS Information. 6. Demonstrate proper inspection and operation of equipment used for each welding and thermal cutting process used. (Best accomplished as a part of the process module/unit for each of the required welding or thermal process). 7. Recognize when first aid is needed for occupational injuries and follow proper procedures. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 B. Demonstrate leadership skills in the classroom, industry, and society. Notes: 1. Demonstrate an understanding of SkillsUSA, its structure and activities. 2. Demonstrate an understanding of one’s personal values and develop and maintain a code of professional ethics and professional appearance. 3. Perform tasks related to effective personal management skills. 4. Demonstrate interpersonal skills, including personal hygiene, etiquette and courtesy, and effectiveness in oral and written communication. 5. Perform basic tasks related to securing and terminating employment. 6. Perform basic parliamentary procedures in a group meeting. Welding Competency Profile (June 2010) 1
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 C. Describe and safely interact with all welding systems, including equipment, supplies, tools, power sources, and applied academic skills Notes: 1. Obtain and use reference materials and charts. 2. Apply mathematics to solution of problems (e.g., whole numbers, fractions, decimals, rounding numbers, metric conversions, geometry, and trigonometry).
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- Spring '17
- George Stone
- Arc welding, Weld, Gas tungsten arc