|Fall 2012: Enroll in two classes|
|August 27 - October 21
||Blueprint Reading (WLDG 1413 - Class # 12594)|
(Monday - Thursday; 1 - 3:50 p.m)
|October 22 - December 16
||Intro to Welding Fundamentals (WLDG 1421 - Class # 12596)|
(Monday - Thursday; 1 - 3 p.m)
|Spring 2013: Enroll in two more classes to complete your specialization|
|Shielding Metal Arc
||Intro to Shielded Metal Arc Welding (WLDG 1428)|
Internship Shielding Metal Arc Welding (WLDG 1457)
|Gas Metal Arc Welding
||Intro to Gas Metal Arc Welding (WLDG 1430)|
Advanced Metal Arc Welding (WLDG 2447)
|Gas Tungsten Arc Welding
||Intro to Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (WLDG 1434)|
Advanced Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (WLDG 2451)
A certificate program costs less than $1,000. Even better, we have financial aid and scholarships that could pay for as much as half the cost.
As an entry-level welder, you can earn between $13 and $20 per hour, plus you'll have opportunities to earn even more as you gain experience and additional education.
Employment services are available to students and graduates for both part- and full-time, on-campus and off-campus employment through the career services office and a variety of programs and partnerships with area employers.
For a rapid response, please contact:
Clifford Johnson at 281.810.5627