Sparks fly as student completes a weld
  • Credentials available:


    • S/P2 welding certification
    • OSHA 10-hour


    • OSHA 30-hour
    • 3-G AWS  welding certificate

    Career opportunities:

    The welding trade is in high demand. A qualified welder can start at an above average salary usually with possible future growth. The sky is the limit with the possibilities. As you gain more certifications and years of experience, the greater the pay will be.


  • Welding Technology I - HONORS

    Welding I introduces students to the basic industrial welding practices in stick welding and learning to weld in all positions. Topics include safety, hand and power tools, and the thermal cutting process.  **This course receives Honors Credit.

    Welding Technology II - HONORS

    Advanced metal welding to include fillet welds, v-groove welds, plasma arc cutting and weld inspection. Students prepare to achieve the AWS welding certification in the flat and vertical positions.  **This course receives Honors Credit.

    Welding Technology III - HONORS

    Designed to develop the more advanced welding techniques and cutting practices used in today's industry and construction.  Students learn in depth metal properties, gas metal arc welding, flux cored arc welding, and gas tungsten arc welding.  **This course receives Honors Credit.