Sunday – August 18, 2019
Mequon, Oak Creek and West Allis campuses
This two-semester program prepares you to perform production, maintenance and repair welding for manufacturing and construction. Learn about blueprints, equipment maintenance and the various welding processes and settings. Ability to follow instructions, to visualize finished products based on blueprints, and to work independently are keys to success.
Career Outlook: Demand is high for welders with up-to-date skills; new processes have created many job opportunities for welders with these abilities.
Career Pathway: You can earn the Welding Fundamentals certificate on your way to completing this program. After earning this technical diploma, you can apply your credits toward the Advanced Metal Fabrication technical diploma.
Program Code: 31-442-1
Start Dates: August/January
Career Cluster: Manufacturing
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