Welding
Become an expert in Welding Technology!

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A student practicing welding techniques with lab equipment

The Welding Technology program provides the necessary technical skills, knowledge, and attitude to prepare students for their desired career and to provide training in a variety of occupations in the welding and metal fabrication industry. Welders work in a variety of jobs in wide-ranging industries including (but not limiting to): Aerospace, Agriculture, Automotive, Chemical processing, Construction, Manufacturing, Oil and gas extraction, Plumbing and pipe welding, Robotics, and Welding Technician. We are pleased to offer several tuition-fee welding courses and noncredit certificates of completion in Basic Arc Welding, Basic Gas Tungsten Arc Welding and Basic Oxy-Acetylene Welding. 

 

NEW Welding classes


  • WELD 600 – Welding (General)
  • WELD 611 – Welding (ARC)
  • WELD 661 – Welding (Acetylene Gas)
  • WELD 681 – Welding (Inert Gas)

Noncredit Certificate


Non-credit Basic Arc Welding Certificate of Completion - Plan Code 4983

A noncredit certificate that covers the courses related to both back-end and front-end services to reach a total of 126 hours.

Non-credit Basic Gas Tungsten Arc Welding Certificate of Completion – Plan Code 4984

A noncredit certificate that covers the courses related to front-end patron-related services to reach a total of 126 hours.

Non-credit Basic Oxy-Acetylene Welding Certificate of Completion – Plan Code 4985

A noncredit certificate that covers the courses related to back-end technical services to reach a total of 126 hours.

 

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Please visit Open Noncredit Classes & All Noncredit Classes for more course information.