Program Description
Students will gain the knowledge and skills required for employment in the various trades associated with welding by doing a variety of welding applications in a specific welding laboratory. Students who complete the full-time program receive tools and additional training in math related to the industry, blueprint reading skills, AutoCAD, Fabrication and Design, job search resources, and other skills necessary for successful employment. This program involves a combination of hands-on lab work and related classroom instruction. Students will be able to achieve OSHA 10 certification, 4 Welding certifications and American Heart Association 1st Aid & CPR certifications.

Course Work Includes: 

  • Basic / Intermediate / Advanced Applied Math

  • Industrial Blue Print Reading

  • Welders Blue Print Reading

  • Stick Welding

  • Mig/Tig Welding

  • Pipe Welding

  • Maintenance Welding

  • Fabrication, Layout & Design

  • AutoCAD

  • Metallurgy

  • OSHA 10-Hour Certification

  • First Aid & CPR Certification

  • Rigging & Equipment Installation

  • Basic Computers

Support Services
The following services are available to you as soon as you begin your training.

  • Career/Education Counseling

  • Resume Development

  • Placement Services

Program Details

Industrial Training Coordinator
Matt Olson
330-847-0503 Ext.1610

Total Class Hours: 660 
Weeks: 38 
Academic Year: 660 hours/40 weeks

Program Prerequisites:
High School Diploma or GED, Required TABE Scores: Reading - 7 , Math - 7

Class in Session: 
Monday – Thursday, 4:30 PM - 9:30 PM

Financial Assistance
(Available to those who qualify.)
Pell Grant, Federal Direct Student Loan,
No-interest School Payment Plan

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