Skills: 
  • Build and troubleshoot complex manufacturing solutions using advanced welding techniques
  • Create and fabricate customized metalwork
  • Use critical thinking and math skills to master blueprint interpretation and product fabrication
  • Learn skills in the following areas: mulitple typies of welding, cutting and brazing, Plasma cutting, metal fabrication, basic math, algebra, metallurgy, blueprint reading, welding symbols, welding safety, and welding theory.

 

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Industrial Maintenance Technology

Precision Machining Technology

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Fast-Track Welding

 

Credentials: 
  • AWS Certifed Welder
  • ACT National Career Readiness Credential
Career Opportunities: 
Prepared for immediate employment in the welding field including:
  • Industrial Welder
  • Construction Welder
  • Maintenance and Repair Welder

Successful completion of Adult Welding Program earns 20 credits towards Associate of Technical Studies at The University of Akron.

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Additional Information: 
  • You will complee three welding certification tests in accordance with the standards set forth by The American Welding society.
  • In this program you will complete 110 hours of on-the-job training with a participating industrail partner
  • Certificate of Completion & Career Portfolio
  • This 745-hour program is about 12 months long and meets M-Th 4-10pm with a few Friday sessions from 6-9pm during each semester.
  • Tuition: $5,215 + books and supplies (all costs subject to change)
  • Next Start Date: Fall 2019 (Enroll early to ensure placement!)
  • How to enroll in the Welding Technology program: first register for an info session where you'll receive your application, financial aid information, course schedule, and more. Reserve your spot by calling 330-669-7070 or online here.
  • Financial Aid available for those who qualify. Visit our Financial Aid page for more information.
  • For questions and additional information, contact Lynette Boggs at lboggs@wcscc.org
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