Welding

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    Program Description

    This program will expose students to the exciting world of welding. The course is designed to upgrade welding knowledge or allow the student to learn basic welding skills (Mig & Tig), stick, and flux.

    During the 600 hour course, students will discover the following topics: safety, flame cutting, blueprint reading, metallurgy, plasma, aluminum, stainless steel, structural shapes, flat, horizontal and vertical welding, braze and solder, and measurements.

    Availability of programs and courses are dependent on enrollment and the approval of administration.

    Credential Potential

    After completion, students will be prepared to sit for the AWS (American Welding Society) Certification Exam.  Includes OSHA 10 hour training.

    Student Gainful Employment Data

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    Availability of programs and courses are dependent on enrollment and the approval of administration.

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    Program Length

    600

    Clock Hours

    9 Months
    Aug-May, Mon-Thu 4pm-9pm

    Strict attendance is required

    Tuition & Fees

    $4950 + Additional Expenses
    Additional Expenses Include:

    • Steel toe boots
    • Application Fee $50

    Financial aid is available to qualifying students. Click here for more info.

    Admission

    Admission process starts in March and continues through August. Workkeys testing is required but results will not prohibit enrollment with a High School Diploma or GED. Those without a HSD or GED,  will need to meet WorkKeys score standards, but will not be eligible for financial aid. Click here for more info.

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