Welding Technology


Welding Technology

A profession known for its versatility, welding and fabrication can be applied in countless industries. Welders—especially those trained in the latest technology—are in constant, nation-wide demand. In preparation for your awesome future career, we offer exciting, hands-on training in the following areas:

  • brazing
  • shielded metal arc welding
  • gas metal arc welding
    • short circut transfer
    • spray transfer
    • pulse arc
  • gas tungsten arc welding
  • ultrasonic testing equipment
  • job safety
  • blueprint reading
  • metallurgy
  • machining
  • stainless steel welding
  • aluminum welding

 

Metal Fabrication

Training on metal forming equipment:

  • steel plate rolling
  • tube and pipe rolling
  • tube and pipe bending
  • notching

Training on metal cutting equipment:

  • band saws
  • cold saws
  • shears
  • angle iron shear
  • hole punch
  • CNC plasma cutting


Safety: Our new welding facility features OSHA standard ventilation and customized welding booths.

Time-frame:You can complete your degree in Welding Technology in nine months, or come back the next year for an optional Associate of Applied Science (AAS).

Certification:As a graduate of our program, you will be eligible to take the American Welding Society Certifications.

Our most recent welding grads are making up to $23.03 an hour in welding jobs with an average of $16.34! Read more in our latest placement report.

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