Welding is a 13 week non-credit course that focuses on basic technical skills for entry level welders seeking employment.
What Do I Learn In The Program?
Students learn the fundamentals of welding which includes:
- Oxy-fuel cutting
- Plasma arc cutting
- Air carbon arc cutting and gouging
- Base metal preparation
- Weld quality
- SMAW equipment and setup
- SMAW electrodes
- Beads and fillet welds
- Joint fit-up and alignment
- Groove welds with backing
- Open V groove welds
How Much Could I Earn?
Check the Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2016-17 Edition, Welders, Cutters, Solderers, and Brazers (opens new window) to learn about job openings, pay and career outlook for graduates of the Industrial Process Control Technology degree program.
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What Will It Cost?
Tuition is currently free to qualified students.
How Long Will It Take?
Welding is a 13 week non-credit course.
Why Choose Welding?
Welding is a highly compensated skillset with ample employment opportunities in the Memphis and surrounding area.
Coordinator: Alicia Delbridge
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