Do you have the skills needed to become a welder? MSTC offers a state-of-the-art Welding program that prepares you for a wide variety of jobs in production, maintenance, construction, manufacturing, and servicing occupations.
You receive hands-on learning in a variety of welding processes, including shielded metal arc, gas tungsten arc, gas metal arc, submerged arc, oxyacetylene cutting and brazing, plasma arc, and arc-air cutting. You will also become familiar with various types of metals, fabrication of metals, and welding under codes such as the American Welding Society Code. When you successfully complete this program, you are prepared to take welding certification tests.
The Welding program is offered at Wisconsin Rapids Campus.
- Construction Welder
- Maintenance Welder
- MIG Welder
- Production Welder
- TIG Welder
|10442100||Intro to Welding||1.00|
|10442110||Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW)||3.00|
|10442112||Welding Print Reading||2.00|
|10442130||Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW)||2.00|
|10442132||Metal Cutting Welding||2.00|
|10442163||Weld Inspections and Testing||1.00|
|32420320||Math for Manufacturing||2.00|
|10442101||Basic GTAW (TIG)||2.00|
|10442102||Intermediate GTAW (TIG)||2.00|
|10442115||Welding Fabrication Techniques||2.00|
|10442103||Advanced GTAW (TIG)||2.00|
|10462114||Metals & Machining||3.00|
|10623100||Problem Solving & Critical Thinking||1.00|
|10623106||Intro to AutoCAD||2.00|