Welding is strong, versatile and portable. For this reason, it is used to build and repair bridges, skyscrapers, ships, automobiles, spacecraft, medical equipment and thousands of other manufactured products that make modern society possible.
This full-time program will give you a solid foundation in theory and practice for a career where welding plays an important part.
Sign up today for this solid career program and be well on your way to success in the field of welding!
- Complete this Manufacturing & Industrial Technology Interest Form or call us at 513-645-8200 to register to attend a mandatory Information Session.
- We recommend you apply at least three weeks before the start of the program in order to complete prerequisite requirements.
- Industrial Welding Enrollment Checklist–This checklist will be reviewed at the Information Session and help you stay on track for enrollment.
- Prepare for the WorkKeys Assessment
- Determine your Financial Aid options
Full Time | 624 Hours |Day class 8 am -2:30 pm (7.5 months) | Evening class 5:30 pm to 9:30 pm (10 months)
Upcoming classes: Oct 1, 2019 – Aug 6, 2020 (evening) | Mar 9, 2020 – Sep 22, 2020 (day)
Tuition $6,800 | Books/Supplies $3,317
Financial aid and scholarships available to those who qualify.
Industry Recognized Credentials
Students will train and test for National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) certifications in:
- AWS D1.1 Structural Certifications (3-G and 4-G)
- NCCER Core Curriculum
- NCCER Welding Levels 1 and 2
- OSHA 10
- Flux core arc welding (FCAW)
- Gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW)
- Shielded metal arc welding (SMAW)
- Gas metal arc welding (GMAW)
- Oxyfuel cutting (OFC)
- Plasma arc cutting (PAC)
- Air carbon arc cutting (ACAC)
- Shop safety
Where Can I Work?
Welders can work in a variety of environments both inside buildings and outside.
2018 median pay Bureau of Labor Statistics : $41,380 annually | $19.89 per hour