About the Program
Welding and Fabrication Technology are skills needed in many occupations and will soon be available in CLC's state-of-the-art Advanced Technology Center.
Housed in the Engineering, Math and Physical Sciences division, the program prepare students for employment and advancement in welding-related jobs performing welding, soldering and brazing duties. Developed with industry advice, the program is taught by faculty with extensive knowledge of the skills employers are seeking.
You can earn a certificate, a pathway to a career or earn your associate degree and transfer to a four-year school all with the ability to earn and learn as you go with stackable credentials.
Get a background in manufacturing materials, processes, and systems; including shear and press brake operation, blueprint reading, and shop drawing and layout. Plus, if you've had personal or professional experience in welding, your experience may be worth 6 to 9 college credits through the Credit for Prior Learning program.