Welding and Metal Fabrication

1044 Clock Hours

The welding program is designed to prepare the student to enter a wide range of occupations, including all phases of Welding and Metal Fabrication. Upon completion of the program, a student should be ready to enter the field of welding as an apprentice. More skills will need to be acquired either through experience or further training for advancement to higher paying jobs. Classroom instruction will involve technical information while the shop experience will be the practical application.

Program Specific Fees

In addition to tuition, Program Specific fees associated with this course will be for required assessments, tools, uniforms and professional development/membership fees. The amount due for any additional fees will be made available upon notification of acceptance to the program.

Units of Study

  • Gas Metal Arc Welding
  • Gas Tungsten Art Welding
  • M.I.G. & T.I.G. Welding
  • Oxy Fuel Cutting and Welding
  • Print Reading, Layout and Fit Up
  • Safety
  • Shielded Metal Arc Welding
  • Welding Tools and Proper Use

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