1. Demonstrate the workplace basic skills of listening, writing, problem-solving, interpersonal relationships and leadership.
2. Demonstrate the ability to setup, operate and adjust state of the art multiprocess welding power sources
3. Evaluate weld quality to an American Welding Society industry standard.
4. Understand basic principles of electricity as it relates to welding.
5. Demonstrate the ability to interpret weldment blueprints and symbols.
6. Understand heat transfer as it relates to specific metal alloys and weld joints.
7. Assess welding discontinuities to determine appropriate ways to solve problems.
8. Demonstrate the safe and effective procedures and method in the proper use of tools, machines, and measuring tools.
9. Interpret data to industry standards.
10. Analyze industrial components using metrology to verify quality.
11. Create components using standard and advanced machining processes to industry standards.
12. Fabricate components using standard and advanced machining and welding processes to industry standards.
Des Moines Area Community College shall not engage in nor allow discrimination covered by law against any person, group or organization. This includes in its programs, activities, employment practices, or hiring practices, and harassment or discrimination based on race, color, national origin, creed, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, genetic information (in employment) and actual or potential parental, family or marital status. Veteran status in educational programs, activities, employment practices, or admission procedures is also included to the extent covered by law.
Individuals who believe they have been discriminated against may file a complaint through the College Discrimination Complaint Procedure. Complaint forms may be obtained from the Campus Provost’s office, the Academic Deans’ office, the Judicial Officer, or the EEO/AA Officer, Human Resources. ADA questions and concerns may be directed to the Section 504/ADA Coordinator at 2006 S. Ankeny Blvd, Bldg 6, Ankeny, IA 50023, phone 515/964-6857, firstname.lastname@example.org. Title IX questions and concerns may be directed to the Title IX Coordinator at 2006 S. Ankeny Blvd, Bldg 1, Ankeny, IA 50023, phone 515/964-6216, Title9@dmacc.edu. Questions or complaints about this policy may be directed to the Director of the Office for Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Education, John C. Kluczysnki Federal Building, 230 S. Dearborn Street, 37th Floor, Chicago, IL 60604-7204, phone 312/730-1560, fax 312/730-1576, TDD 800-877-8339 Email OCR.Chicago@ed.gov.
DMACC offers career and technical programs in the following areas of study:
Agriculture, Natural and Environmental Science
Architecture, Engineering, and Construction
Arts, Design, and Visual Communication
Business, Management, and Marketing
Education, Public, and Human Services
Hospitality and Culinary
Transportation & Logistics
Entrance requirements for specific programs can be found at https://www.dmacc.edu/admissions/Pages/checklist.aspx. (2021)