Area of Study: Industrial Welding
Degree/Certificate: Certificate of Proficiency
This program provides basic training for students who want to acquire the fundamental skills of Stick, MIG, TIG, and OxyFuel welding and introduces additional industry technologies: programing of welding robots, fabrication, nondestructive testing techniques, metallurgy, and workplace safety. Students have the potential to earn three nationally recognized certifications. At the conclusion of the MIG, TIG, and Stick welding classes, students submit a test piece (between 1F and 4G) for certification evaluation.
- Students can earn multiple national welding certifications
- New welding lab with high-tech equipment from Lincoln Electric
- Learn to program welding robots
- Learn introductory nondestructive weld evaluation techniques
- Complete a complex fabrication project
- Job placement assistance available
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