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Old 11-29-2012, 12:45 PM
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The Fab School Curriculum

What am I going to learn at The Fab School: first the formal

Fundamentals of Fabrication

The program is designed for students who want the occupational training required for employment in the field of metal fabrication and welding.

The Fundamentals of Fabrication program combines the theories, practices, and projects of the Introduction to Fabrication, Intermediate Fabrication, and Advanced Fabrication into one program.

Areas of instruction include: safety, tape measure reading and calculations, industry math practices, MIG welding on flat and round materials, TIG welding on flat and round materials, rosette splice, fluff and buff, sheet metal, notching and bending, part construction, forming, pattern layout drilling, shocks, suspension basics, aluminum shaping and forming, mill and lathe operations, blocking and smoothing, chassis engineering, advanced project front suspension, rear suspension, static, career opportunities and life skills, and project build.

Examples of projects students may work on include: welding bench, trash can, bending, a-arm, sheet metal vase, tube transfer, wheel spacer, bowl, interactive group chassis project, software interactive of vehicle analysis, business research, and interactive group project build.

This program is 600 clock hours and can be taken on a part-time or full-time basis. The information below is a breakdown of each module within the program and the amount of lecture hours and supervised lab hours.
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Old 11-29-2012, 12:50 PM
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Here are some random photos from the school ( we will do individual follow alongs in another post)





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I would like to attend to the fab school is just that I live in the phoenix az area is there any dorms sort of stuff where students can stay??..also how much is the tuition.
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A majority of our students come from out of area. We do not have "dorms" but we live in the foot print of University of California Riverside. We are surrounded by short term student housing. We recommend that you come to the school and stay at an extended stay hotel down the street. This way you can meet up with a couple of other out of area students and rent a place together. This will also give you a chance to check out Riverside and see where you want to live.

We have various programs in different modes, so to answer your tuition question I would suggest you give us a call so we can talk about your specific situation.
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Old 12-05-2012, 01:31 PM
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