Welding
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Welding is designed to expose students to a realistic work environment. Training in this course consists of task work and actual work related experiences, which requires skillful manipulation of welding tools, good eye-hand coordination, and a thorough knowledge of the characteristics of metals. Job opportunities should be excellent in this career field as the demand for skilled people with this training will be strong.


Program Highlights
Safety Procedures Oxy-Acetylene Welding
Shielded Metal Arc Welding Gas metal Arc Welding (MIG)
Welding Symbols Fabrication and Blueprint Reading OSHA Training Tungsten Inert Gas Welding (TIG)


Career Opportunities
Combination Welder Welding Equipment Salesperson
Welding Technician


Career Pathways to
Shop Foreman Shop Owner/Manager
Welding Engineer Underwater Welder
Certified Welder Inspector Welding Instructor

 
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