The Welding Certificate Program is designed to enable the graduate to succeed in employment as a welder in the industry. The graduate will be proficient in oxy-acetylene welding and cutting, arc welding, MIG, and TIG welding. Students receive various levels of welding proficiency after successfully completing tests which measure their welding skills.
Technician-level skills are developed in courses such as blueprint reading and measurement. At the Quad-Cities Campus, courses are taught at the United Township High School facilities.
Course (Credit Hours):
WLDG 101 SMAW I (3)WLDG 102 SMAW II (4) WLDG 104 Math for Welders (2) WLDG 105 Cutting Operations and Plasma (1) WLDG 109 Blueprint Reading for Welders (3) WLDG 110 Safety, Test and Preparation (2) WLDG 210 Work Experience Seminar (2)
WLDG 108 Precision Measurement & Tools (2)WLDG 120 GMAW I (3) WLDG 121 GMAW II (4) WLDG 125 GTAW I (3) WLDG 220 Work Experience II (2)
Minimum total hours required for degree: 31