- Technical Diploma
- 2 Terms
- 54 Credits
- Financial Aid Eligible
- Starts July/January
Advance your career
You’re already an accomplished industrial welder but maybe you’re looking to take on a new challenge and advance your skills—and your career. Metal fabrication is a highly valued industrial process that involves manipulating metal from one form into another. It’s a skill that is self-rewarding and offers visible results on a daily basis.
*Welding program course content prepares students for numerous state and national certifications. None are required to complete the program; there are additional costs for testing/certification. The College does not guarantee its curriculum matches the requirements for preparation, examinations, or licensure for other states.
NOTE: To see the order of courses you will take for this program, please view the Program Sheet.
ADMISSIONS TO DO's
Work with Career Coach to:
- Submit Application
- Submit transcripts (high school & other colleges).
- NOTE: Official transcripts required for acceptance of transfer credits; Financial Aid may require.
- Complete the online Student Success Questionnaire.
PROGRAM TO DO's
Work with your Academic Advisor to:
- Schedule a Program Advising Session to plan your first semester schedule, review your entire plan of study, and discuss the results of the Student Success Questionnaire.
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Fabrication Technician classes are held during the day with start dates twice a year.
Welding Fabrication Technician
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Salary data is derived from surveys collected by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and mapped to LTC programs using economic modeling software. As with any survey data, the wages presented here are prone to error and sampling bias. Educational decisions should not be entirely based on the data presented here. The wage data presented here is the median annual salary in the LTC District as reported by EMSI (Economic Modeling Specialists Intl.) Some people beginning work at jobs in these fields may find a higher or lower starting wage that what is reported here.