Learn how to perform modern welding processes on the latest equipment. Through classroom and shop application, you’ll learn gas and arc welding, inert-gas arc welding, and continuous wire production welding and a background in metallurgy, blueprint interpretation, and mathematics.
As a successful graduate, you’ll be prepared for an entry-level production welding or job shop employment. You'll also have the opportunity to test for and receive AWS certification.
Classes are held Monday through Thursday, allowing for a three-day weekend.
Our Welding graduates find that there is a very high demand for well-trained welders. Experts predict a large shortage of welders in the next few years almost everywhere. The American Welding Society (AWS) predicts that by 2010, the demand for skilled welders in the U.S. alone may outpace supply by 200,000 individuals.
According to the U.S. Department of Labor, the average salary for a welder in Nebraska is $32,300.
You have one option available when enrolling in this program of study.
Northeast Community College, 801 East Benjamin Ave, Norfolk,
phone: 402-371-2020 | tollfree: 1-800-348-9033 | email: