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Introduction to Industrial Welding

Certificate Number: 61-442-2

This certificate provides a basic understanding to Weld Safety, Math, Metallurgy, Tools, and Print Reading. It also introduces the learner to two different weld processes, Shielded Metal Arc (SMAW) and Gas Metal Arc (GMAW). This is an entry level, pathway certificate to the 27 credit Industrial Welding Technical Diploma. Courses contained in the certificate can be taken at the Cleveland campus in the evenings, when offered.

Classes take place on three weeknights. You may attend one, two, or three nights.

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