The online AWS Math for Welders Level One online course provides a comprehensive overview of basic math skills. Mathematics is a necessary part of a welding professional’s activities.
However, math can be complicated and confusing for beginners, and difficult for adults who haven’t used basic mathematical principles in a while. Not to worry! This course provides a combination of clear step-by-step verbal and visual explanations that makes each mathematical concept easy to understand and remember.
Topics include place value, simplification, estimation, measurement and the addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of whole numbers, fractions, decimals and mixed numbers. Numerous practical exercises allow welders, welding students and welding supervisors and inspectors to apply basic math skills to various aspects of the welding process.
Non Member: $385
|Approximately 18 hours||Seminar – 30 days
Exam – 10 more days
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The Math for Welders Level One Seminar is divided into 16 short, interactive, and easy-to-understand modules:
MODULE 1 – Introduction to Whole Numbers
MODULE 2 – Addition of Whole Numbers
MODULE 3 – Subtraction of Whole Numbers
MODULE 4 – Multiplication of Whole Numbers
MODULE 5 – Division of Whole numbers
MODULE 6 – Introduction to Fractions and Mixed Numbers
MODULE 7 – Addition of Fractions and Mixed Numbers
MODULE 8 – Subtraction of Fractions and Mixed Numbers
MODULE 9 – Multiplication of Fractions and Mixed Numbers
MODULE 10 – Division of Fractions and Mixed Numbers
MODULE 11 – Introduction to Decimal Numbers
MODULE 12 – Addition of Decimal Numbers
MODULE 13 – Subtraction of Decimal Numbers
MODULE 14 – Multiplication of Decimal Numbers
MODULE 15 – Division of Decimal Numbers
MODULE 16 – Conversion of Decimal Numbers and Fractions
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