About the Program
All of our welding courses are taught to national welding codes and prepare you for testing and certification for jobs in metal fabrication, construction, and even nuclear power plant positions.
Students are required to be equipped with basic safety equipment and tools. These items are not provided and must be purchased by the student.
Welding hood (with #10 or #11 lens)
Oxyacetylene goggles for cutting (with #4 or #5 lens)
Striker, wire brush, chipping hammer
Protective clothing (no synthetic blends -100% cotton is recommended)
8” high steel toe boots
Earn nationally recognized certifications from the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) when you complete this program.
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Meet a Graduate
"Welding is a good option for veterans. Most veterans can use the skills and knowledge they have gained for welding. It takes discipline, and it's good curriculum to get into. There are a lot of jobs and opportunities out there for welders."