Welding Apprenticeship Resources

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Apprenticeship Program Guideline Examples

WELD 225 Pre-Apprenticeship Welder Certification

(Michigan): This course will focus on developing the skills needed to successfully pass an appropriate AWS Certified Welder performance test, along with passing a visual and destructive examination of their weldments.

SENSE Aligned Welding Curriculum Recommended Program Sequence

(Iowa): This resource provides recommended sequencing of the Iowa SENSE Aligned Welding curriculum. There are two sequences: one for a 9-month program; and the other for a 12-month program.

Welding Curriculum Materials

(Washington): This material includes Welding Apprenticeship Policies & Procedures as well as Welding Certification Flyer used to promote the Washington Association of Building Officials (WABO) certification exam.

Instructional Materials for Welding Apprenticeships

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Soft Skills and Work-Based Learning Resources

Soft Skills Materials

Every Industry recognizes the importance of effective soft skills, or work-readiness skills. Ensuring that employees are prepared from the moment they step into the job is critical for any organization’s success and long-term retention of new hires. Find materials in SkillsCommons that address workplace communication, interpersonal skills, timeliness, adaptability – and more.

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Work Based Learning

Work-based learning (WBL) methods, such as apprenticeships, are educational strategies that provide students and trainees with real-life workplace experiences. Find WBL materials in SkillsCommons that address both employer and trainee needs, leading to successful work-based learning experiences.

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Instructional Materials in Manufacturing

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