• Welding
     
    This Welding class is designed for the student who has a genuine interest in learning welding for their future occupation. Many areas of welding, including oxyacetylene, electric arc, mig, and tig, manual and automatic flame cutting are taught. This program provides students with hands on experience in a real world lab. Students learn the fundamentals of welding theory, use of related hand tools and equipment and perform a variety of welding techniques. Class projects include fabrication and repair work. Welding students are involved in layout, inspection, measurement and design. 


    Special Class Features

    Real-world experience

    Co-op opportunities available

    Job shadow opportunities available

    Senior math credit

    Opportunity to earn college credit

     
Alan Dillon
Last Modified on September 20, 2017