Take all the courses, based on the educational principle "If you throw
enough mud at a wall, some of it will stick".

Either take the courses, which you will enjoy, or be forced to play golf in
the hot sun with drunk people 4 times a week.. Welcome to retirement age..
;))

IMHO, of course..

On Tue, Jun 16, 2015 at 9:05 AM, Andrew Strasfogel via Mercedes <
mercedes@okiebenz.com> wrote:

> The only requirement is that you WANT to do it.  Nothing else matters.
>
> On Tue, Jun 16, 2015 at 11:23 AM, Rich Thomas via Mercedes <
> mercedes@okiebenz.com> wrote:
>
> > My buddy has been taking serious baking classes at the local tech college
> > (he is a retired doctor and loves baking though they wanted him to take
> an
> > English test to make sure he could communicate well enough to learn) and
> > tells me that it is free once you hit 60 years on your meter.  I recently
> > did that (HTF did that happen????) so was thinking to go learn welding
> > since it costs nothing but time and I think a materials fee.  They have a
> > whole sequence to get a certificate but I was thinking that maybe just a
> > couple of the proper classes would be sufficient?  Or just go for it?  I
> > could probably fit it all in around my current obligations.
> >
> > Here is the list of courses (copy/paste sorta messes up the formatting of
> > the pdf http://www.tridenttech.edu/_files/catalog/it/Wldg_GMA_FCA_fa.pdf
> > )
> >
> > http://www.tridenttech.edu/academics/divisions/iet/iet_welding.htm
> >
> > Any thoughts from the welding pros on a strategy?  Should I talk to them
> > to see what a hobbyist would be best to do?
> >
> > --R
> >
> >
> >
> > _______________________ INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY _______________________
> > Second Semester – Spring
> > Fourth Semester – Spring
> > EGT 117 WLD 120 WLD 121 WLD 201
> > Welding Print Principles    2 Flux Cored Arc Welding I    4 Flux Cored
> Arc
> > Welding II    1 Welding Metallurgy    2
> > EGT 117 WLD 201
> > Welding Print Principles Welding Metallurgy
> > 2
> > 2
> > Total 4
> > Third Semester – Summer
> > WLD 122 WLD 123
> > Gas Metal Arc Welding Nonferrous I 4 Gas Metal Arc Welding Nonferrous II
> >   1
> > Total 5
> > Important information about the educational debt, earnings, and
> completion
> > rates of students who attended this program can be found in section D.
> > Welding Gas Metal Arc and Flux Cored Arc
> > Certificate in Applied Science Credit Requirements: 24 Semester Credit
> > Hours Spring Semester Start
> > This certificate teaches beginning and intermediate welding students the
> > principles and practices of gas metal arc and flux cored arc welding in
> > preparation for entry into the welding fields of manufacturing,
> > construction, transportation and maintenance.
> > Admission into this program requires qualifying scores on SAT, ACT or
> > TTC’s placement test. High school graduation is not required if you are
> at
> > least 18 years old.
> > Recommended Sequence of Courses First Semester – Spring
> > WLD 118 WLD 119
> > Gas Metal Arc Welding Ferrous I    4 Gas Metal Arc Welding Ferrous II
> 1
> > Total 5
> > WLD 110 WLD 118 WLD 119
> > Welding Safety and Health    1 Gas Metal Arc Welding Ferrous I    4 Gas
> > Metal Arc Welding Ferrous II    1
> > EGT 114 WLD 110 WLD 120 WLD 121 WLD 141
> > Welding Print Basics Welding Safety and Health Flux Cored Arc Welding I
> > Flux Cored Arc Welding II Weld Quality
> > 2 1 4 1 2
> > Total 10
> > Second Semester – Summer
> > 2
> > 1
> > 2
> > Total 9
> > WLD 120    Flux Cored Arc Welding I    4 WLD 121    Flux Cored Arc
> Welding
> > II    1 Total 5
> > Third Semester – Fall
> > Gas Metal Arc Welding Nonferrous II Welding Metallurgy
> > EGT 114 WLD 122 WLD 123
> > Welding Print Basics    2 Gas Metal Arc Welding Nonferrous I 4 Gas Metal
> > Arc Welding Nonferrous II    1 Weld Quality    2
> > Important information about the educational debt, earnings, and
> completion
> > rates of students who attended this program can be found in section D.
> > WLD 141 For updated catalog, visit www.tridenttech.edu.    B-146
> > Total 9
> > Important information about the educational debt, earnings, and
> completion
> > rates of students who attended this program can be found in section D.
> > Welding Gas Metal Arc and Flux Cored Arc
> > Certificate in Applied Science Credit Requirements: 24 Semester Credit
> > Hours Summer Semester Start
> > This certificate teaches beginning and intermediate welding students the
> > principles and practices of gas metal arc and flux cored arc welding in
> > preparation for entry into the welding fields of manufacturing,
> > construction, transportation and maintenance.
> > Admission into this program requires qualifying scores on SAT, ACT or
> > TTC’s placement test. High school graduation is not required if you are
> at
> > least 18 years old.
> > Recommended Sequence of Courses First Semester – Summer
> > Total 6
> > Third Semester – Spring
> > Total 9
> > Second Semester – Fall
> > EGT 117 WLD 122 WLD 123
> > WLD 201
> > Welding Print Principles Gas Metal Arc Welding Nonferrous I    4
> >
> >
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