Modular Welding

Nov, 03-2023

Focus on a specific weld MIG, TIG, or Stick.   Not sure which weld to go with?   We have an instructor that can answer question.  Welding encompasses study in electrical, metallurgy, chemistry, physics, and design. Welders may work on various structures including but not limited to bridges, buildings, pressure vessels and heat exchangers. This would include welding items such as boilers, storage vessels, transmission and transportation vehicles for water, land, air travel, and production and processing machines of all types. The curriculum provides student with a foundation in welding technique, skills, welding mathematics, and career development. The successful graduate is trained to enter the welding profession as an entry-level welder.

Program Admission Requirements: HS Diploma or GED, Drivers License or Photo ID, WorkKeys Assessment / Supplies Needed: Please ask for list./$25 non-refundable application fee included in tuition/NOTE: If you are a business signing up an employee, please call the office to do so (330) 296-2892, Ext. 551011

Accreditation by the Council on Occupational Education, Atlanta, GA

Ask about Scholarships for this program.   NOTE:  If it is one week before the class is going to start, please call 330-296-2892, Ext. 551010 to sign up.

Credential Examinations:  One Certification in MIG, TIG, or Stick.