Workforce And Economic Development
From patching a fence to welding high-pressure pipelines, welders today work at a variety of jobs.
As part of the Manufacturing Career Cluster, the Welding and Metal Fabrication program prepares students for a position in one of the fastest growing industries in the world of work. Welding is a hands-on profession. Time under the welding helmet is how employment skills are acquired. The program begins in the classroom for welding theory. Students then relocate to the welding shop for a demonstration. After each demonstration, students are given time to practice their own welding skills. Shop and personal safety are stressed at all times.
Local Program Offerings:
Shielded Metal and Arc Welding
Gas Metal Arc Welding
Gas Tungsten Arc Welding
Fit Up Procedures
Basic Math for Welding
Equipment Setup and Repair
Fluxcore Arc Welding
Blueprint Reading and Welding Symbols
Equipment Used in Class:
The equipment used in class is closely related to the equipment being used in the welding and metal fabrication industries.
Career Tech Student Organization:
Additional fees may apply to this program. Red River Technology Center has determined that the disclosure of information regarding textbook and supplemental material fees is not practicable: this information is “To be determined.” Please see the Red River Technology Center Counselor for more information.