Welding

The Welding Program is designed to prepare the student for a career in the field of Industrial Welding. The class allows students to upgrade their skill level or improve employment opportunities in their present jobs.  Welders, especially those with a wide variety of skills, are needed both in commercial and industrial businesses.

 

Four certifications are included with tuition.

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Internships may be available for students that qualify.

Course Content Includes

  • Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (TIG)

  • Oxyacetylene Cutting

  • Gas Metal Arc Welding (MIG)

  • Welding Safety

  • Horizontal Welds

  • Structural Welds

  • Flat Welds

  • Vertical Welds

  • Open Butt Welds

  • ARC Welding

  • Welding Symbols

  • Blueprint Reading

  • Introduction to Fabrication

Classes Are Offered Quarterly

Winter Quarter - January 6, 2020

Spring Quarter – March 30, 2020

Summer Quarter – July 6, 2020

Fall Quarter – September 28, 2020

Daytime Classes Are Offered

Monday & Tuesday 

8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

Evening Classes Are Offered

Monday - Thursday

5:30 PM - 9:30 PM

Time To Complete

  • One Year (720 hrs)

Tuition Cost

  • $7,350

Supply Cost

  • $1,301

Pell Eligible

WorkKeys Assessment

This program has benchmark WorkKeys assessment scores which must be obtained prior to admissions into the program.  Remediation through Aspire or KeyTrain is available for those who do not initially meet the necessary scores.  Click here to learn more.

Ohio's Options Eligible Program

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Advanced Welding is Also Available

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Certifications Received

AWS (American Welders Society) Certification

Contact to Learn More

John Moore

 

740-373-2766 Ext. 2030

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Curt Copen

 

740-373-2766 Ext. 2031

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Transfer to Degree Pathway Eligible

  • West Virginia Northern Community College

  • West Virginia University - Parkersburg (Welding & Adv. Welding)