About the program
Students in the Welding program use advanced welding techniques to design, engineer, build, and troubleshoot complex manufacturing solutions. They implement various welding processes to earn essential industry-recognized certifications. Students interpret blueprints and specifications using math and critical thinking. Students learn about the shield metal arc welding (stick) process, gas metal arc (MIG), gas tungsten arc (TIG), flux-core arc welding process (FCAW), oxy/acet. welding and brazing process, plate and pipe welding, oxy/acet. cutting process, plasma arc cutting process/manual and robotic or mechanized, air carbon arc cutting and gouging process, fabricating, layout, forming of metals, blueprint reading, and metallurgy-casts, mild steels, stainless aluminum.
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Discover career opportunities
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