WELDING AND FABRICATION
Students are jumping right into the action in the Welding and Fabrication program. After learning OSHA safety standards, students are working hands-on in our welding booths, practicing their stick welding or learning MIG and TIG welds. Students can also work on forge welding or program the plasma cutter for specific designs. Welders, especially those with a wide variety of skills, are needed both in commercial and industrial businesses.
Become proficient at stick welding (shielded metal arc welding).
Use oxy-acetylene welding to fabricate projects.
Understand and read fabrication and blueprint reading.
Program and utilize the plasma cutter.
Focus on MIG and TIG (welding gas metal arc welding and tungsten inert gas welding).
Learn OHSA safety procedures.
Fuse creativity into your welding projects and complete school, community, and capstone projects.
Shielded Metal Arc Welding
Flux Cored Arc Welding
Gas Metal Arc Welding
Gas Tungsten Arc Welding
YOUR PATHWAY TO SUCCESS
Whatever your pathway, whether it's employment, enrollment, or enlistment, the Welding and Fabrication program will provide you the opportunities to reach your goals through valued industry certifications, exposure to our college partners, and taking advantage of our Work-Based Learning program. Several of our graduates go on to become highly sought-after technicians and shop managers and owners.
Aerial Lift certification
AWS Qualified Welder
Clark State College
Columbus State Community College
Hobart Institute of Welding Technology
Ohio Technical College
Owens Community College
Tulsa Welding School