Structural Welding - Level I Certificate

Structural Welding - Certificate

Structural Welder is a skilled professional who performs welding operations to join metal parts such as columns, beams, plates, and other structural elements in construction and fabrication projects. Structural welders play a vital role in ensuring the strength, integrity, and safety of bridges, pipelines, buildings, and other structural projects.

What will I learn?

The student will learn about welding safety, tools, codes and standards. In addition, students will be introduced to Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW), Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) and Welding Using Multiple Processes.

What can I do with this Certificate

The demand for structural welders remains steady over the years in construction, manufacturing sectors, and infrastructure development. These individuals require certain education, certification, and skills and can advance to supervisory roles. Apprenticeships, formal training programs, or certifications help to build a strong foundation and impart a successful career.

Structural Welding - Level I Certificate

The Structural Welding Certificate Level I is a 2-semester (26 hours) program leading to the Level II Certificate in Structural Welding upon completion of all requirements.
Program Credits: 26
Lecture Hours: 16
Lab Hours: 30
There are no specific admission requirements for this program of study.
Learn more about the tuition and special fees required for this program.
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