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The welding program is designed to train the student in the fundamentals of industrial welding processes with emphasis on layout and design. Specific areas of training include welding processes, welding procedures, blueprint reading, welding metallurgy, plate welding, pipe welding, pipe fitting, plate and pipe layout and fabrication, welding inspection and weld testing methods.   

Students that complete a list of required courses then complete a chosen area of specialization receive a certificate of completion. Possible areas of specialization include General Welding Specialist, which is designed to establish a strong foundation utilizing various welding techniques and processes, and Pipe Welding Specialist, which includes carbon steel and stainless steel alloys, utilizing SMAW, GMAW (MIG), and GTAW (TIG) processes in all positions.




Check out the new Marketable Skills Achievement Award in Welding Technology

The new Marketable Skills Award in Welding is a short 12 semester credit hour certificate, endorsed by our Local Advisory Board as a great entry level certificate that covers the basic skills needed to start in many of the different shops in our area. Enroll for one semester of night classes (Monday-Thursday evenings) and learn the skills that you need to get started in this highly-competitive and high-paying career.

For more information contact 806-665-8801.