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Class Format Definitions
In an online class, all course activity occurs online; there are no
required real-time or on campus meetings. All content is
delivered in Canvas. Coursework does have due dates as set by
the instructor, but can be completed, once the content becomes
available, at any time before the due date.
In a real-time online class, course meetings occur virtually on
Zoom. The course meetings occur at scheduled days and times.
Instructors will use Canvas to disseminate grades and potentially
other class content, such as documents, discussions, and
announcements. At the start of the semester, a detailed
schedule for the term, with Zoom meetings, will be posted on
IVC's Schedule Site and in Canvas.
In a HyFlex class, all course meetings are held face-to-face at IVC or a designated physical site, and may also be attended
virtually, via Zoom (or the district-approved video conferencing platform). The course meetings occur at scheduled days and
times. Instructors may still use Canvas or other software products to enhance the class outside of the face-to-face meetings,
such as by posting documents, discussions, and announcements. High-stake assessments, such as mid-term or final will be the
same exam for online or face-to-face students. Training/approvals: Canvas Basics, Zoom, Classroom Technology Tools.
In a hybrid class, course activity occurs both online and face-toface on campus; both the online and face-to-face portion are
required. The face-to-face meetings occur on scheduled days
and times. All online content is delivered in Canvas and/or
zoom. At the start of the semester, a detailed schedule for the
term, with face-to-face meetings, will be posted on IVC's Schedule Site
and in Canvas.
In a face-to-face class, course activity occurs at IVC or a
designated physical site. The course meetings occur on
scheduled days and times. Instructors may still use Canvas or
other software products to enhance the class outside of the
face-to-face meetings, such as by posting documents,
discussions, and announcements.
Changes may be occurring daily for schedule data and files are subject to change.
WELD 100 - Welding Technology
WELD 100 Course Description:
This course is designed to be a study of Welding Technology and related Industrial Safety. The student will develop the theory and knowledge base to be able to safely and properly practice welding techniques in the following welding processes; Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW), Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW), Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW), Oxy/Fuel Welding and Cutting (OFW/C), and Plasma Arc Cutting (PAC). To support and enhance the understanding and application of Welding Technology principles, the student will develop an understanding of Industrial Safety Standards, Technical Drawings, Weld/Welding Symbols, Electrical Fundamentals, Fundamental Welding Metallurgy, Fundamentals of Quality Assurance, and Weld Testing/Inspection. The development of welding skills sets and practices for all applicable welding processes will require the proper use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and the application of all Safety Rules. (CSU)