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Piping - PIPE
While no outlines currently exist for this course, below are the course learning outcomes/competencies.
Course Learning Outcomes/Competencies
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
- Use Soldering equipment
- Select soldering equipment appropriate to piping processes.
- Use soldering equipment.
- Inspect and maintain soldering equipment.
- Install Fittings
- Describe fittings and connections used in the piping trades.
- Install fittings.
- Use Ladders and Platforms
- Describe ladders and elevated platforms.
- Use ladders and elevated platforms.
- Use Rigging and Hoisting Equipment
- Describe hoisting, lifting and rigging equipment.
- Tie knots, bends and hitches.
- Use hoisting, lifting and rigging equipment.
- Use Mathematics and Science (including Electricity)
- Use mathematics and science, including electricity, to solve problems in the piping trades.
- Describe pressure measuring tools.
- Use pressure measuring tools.
- Read drawing and Specifications
- Use drafting tools.
- Use drafting symbols, lettering and line conventions.
- Convert between isometric and orthographic projections.
- Interpret information found on a set of drawings.
- Use Codes, Regulations and Standards
- Identify codes and standards encountered in the piping trades.
- Identify various environmental agencies that affect the piping trades.
- Apply codes and standards to practical piping projects.
Effective as of Spring/Summer 2012