17 Welding Basics Learn the technical and practical knowledge of arc and gas welding and Metallic Inert Gas (MIG) welding in well-equipped work stations. You will learn safety precautions for cutting and heating; metal identification and welding techniques for steel,   stainless steel and aluminum. Demonstration and theory working with TIG and MIG welding is included. Related classroom work includes joint design, melting points, uses of electrode, and related sciences. You should have good eyesight and a steady hand. Tuition includes cost of all related welding supplies. Bring shade 5 safety glasses and work gloves. 8 Tuesdays • 6:30 - 9:30pm • Feb. 26 - April 23 • $425 (No class April 16) WK05-S19a Instructor: Larry Hilow 8 Wednesdays • 6 - 9pm • Feb. 27 - April 24 • $425 (No class April 17) WK05-S19b Instructor: Benjamin Dunbar 8 Thursdays • 6:30 - 9:30pm • Feb. 28 - April 25 • $425 (No class April 18) WK05-S19c Instructor: Larry Hilow Welding Open Shop For Experienced Welders Are you preparing for a welding test or are you interested in working on your own project? If so, then this Open Shop is for YOU! You will get hands-on practice for any of the following tests; 7018/ SMAW, 3/8” plate,1G, 3G, or 4G or Flux Core, 3/8” plate 1G or 3G.  If you become skilled to pass the desired test, you may register for the welding test for an additional fee of $225. This fee includes the test materials, your test proctor, and the evaluation of the test specimen from a certified welding inspector.  If your test specimen meets the American Welding Society (AWS) qualifications, you will be issued a Qualification Record. You may also use our state-of-the-art metal fabrication workshop to work on your own small projects. If you decide to work own your own project, it must be approved by the instructor on the first night of class. You are responsible for supplying your own materials. There is no storage space for projects to be left in the shop. Safety glasses, helmets, gloves, and proper attire are required. Completion of a basic welding class or equivalent experience is required. 8 Mondays • 6 - 9pm • Feb. 25 - April 22 • $399 (No class April 15) WK10-S19 Instructor:BenjaminDunbar Woodworking Basics Through an interactive blend of lecture, demonstration, and hands-on experience, a beginning woodworker can step into a professionally-equipped workshop to learn basic woodworking. You will be encouraged to select a project of your choosing consistent with your proficiency level and ability to complete it by the end of class. Topics of instruction include: shop safety; use of hand tools; competency checks on portable and stationary woodworking equipment; types and use of measurement tools; characteristics of wood; and project selection, scaled drawings and planning. You are responsible for supplying your own lumber and need to bring a ruler (scale), tape rule, pencil, note paper, and safety glasses to each class. Dress in appropriate shop apparel (closed toe shoes, hair tied back, no dangling jewelry, no baggy clothes). There is no storage space for projects to be left in the shop. 9 Tuesdays • 6 - 9pm • Feb. 26 - April 30 • $295 (No class April 15) WK07-S19 Instructor: Mark Stone Woodworking Open Shop for Experienced Woodworkers Experienced woodworkers have the opportunity to use our professional grade woodworking equipment to work on their own projects.  Please come with your project or ideas that you would like to work on during class. You are responsible for supplying your own lumber. There is no storage space for projects to be left in the shop. Safety glasses and proper shop attire are required. 9 Thursdays • 6 - 9pm • Feb. 28 - May 2 • $295 (No class April 18) WK08-S19 Instructor: Mark Stone