Very few buildings, bridges, vehicles, ships and even some art applications exist without the work of a welder. These production processes require welding technologies to join metal equipment, parts and structures. Students in our welding program gain technical skills in oxyacetylene welding, brazing and cutting, electric arc welding, and TIG welding. Graduates obtain employment or advance their position in manufacturing, construction, agriculture and service industries, while others start their own welding companies.
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“They do a really good job here. We get excellent instruction, and all of the tools are here in the lab to prepare you to be a welder out there.”Joe Sears