The Welding program is a full-time certificate course. This program provides students the opportunity to be trained in (4) major welding fields: ARC, MIG, TIG, and Flux Core by combining hands-on lab work with classroom training. The students in this program learn structural and pipe welding.
What You’ll Learn
- Welding Safety
- Materials, Science, Inspection and Testing
- Engineering Drawings
- Welding Fabrication
- Heat Treatment and Properties of Metals
- Oxyfuel Cutting and Soldering
- Thermal Cutting
- Shielded Metal Arc Welding
- Gas Metal Arc Welding
- Flux Cored Arc Welding
- Gas Tungsten Arc Welding
Check out the full curriculum here.
- Level-1 - National Center for Construction Education & Research
- Level-2 - National Center for Construction Education & Research
- Level-3 - National Center for Construction Education & Research
- OSHA-10 Hour/General Industry
- ARC Welding - American Welding Society
- MIG Welding - American Welding Society
- Flux Cored Welding - American Welding Society
- TIG Welding - American Welding Society
- National Career Readiness - ACT
Monday - Thursday
5:00pm - 10:00pm
- Age 18 or older
- High School Diploma or GED
- Background check
The WorkKeys® Assessment is administered as part of the registration process. Students will complete the following sections:
Applied Math - measures critical thinking, mathematical reasoning, and problem solving techniques.
Graphic Literacy - measures the skill needed to locate and use information from charts, diagrams, etc.
Workplace Documents - measures your ability to understand written text to complete a task.
Each assessment is scored individually on a possible range of <3 - 7.