Skilled welders are in great demand, and the outlook for employment remains good in our region and nationwide as the manufacturing and construction industries continue to grow. With good math skills, attention to detail, and a preoccupation with quality, you could make welding a career.
Our program covers theory and practice in all types of welding: shielded metal arc, oxy-fuel, gas metal arc, and gas tungsten arc, and robotic arc welding. You’ll be educated in the proper use of tools and equipment, safety, and blueprint reading as you practice welding joints in all positions and on all types of metals.
Heavy construction and manufacturing depend on skilled welders and offer excellent wages to those who are up to the challenge.