Find an accredited trade school or technical college near you with welding certificate training classes and welding technology associate’s degree programs.
Use the welder program search application to choose a welding trade school near you. Complete the app and the school calls you to answer your questions about the classes, financial aid assistance and job placement services.
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How long are welder training programs? Trade school welder training programs take 3 months to 2 years and the credit hours generally total between 18-40 depending on your trade school program. A certificate of specialization will take between 3 months to 1 year. An associate degree in welding technology is generally 2 years going full time, or 60 to 80 credit hours.
Welding Career Information
How much money do welders make? The median annual wage for welders, cutters, solderers,and brazers was $40,240 in May 2017. … The lowest 10 percent earned less than $27,460, and the highest 10 percent earned more than $63,170.
What type of classes are in a welding associate’s degree program? A welding technology program will include classes such as physics, chemistry, blueprint reading, metallurgy, mechanical drawing, and shop math.
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Trade Schools with Welding Programs
Listed colleges are accredited and offer financial aid assistance to those who qualify.
- Pittsburgh Technical College
- New England Institute of Technology
- Tulsa Welding School
- Southern Careers Institute
- Fortis Institute
- Iowa Central Community College
- Midwest Technical Institute
- Rockford Career College
- Lincoln Technical Institute
- Delta Technical Collage
- All State Career
- Arizona Automotive Institute
All colleges with welding programs are not listed here, use the search application or click a state link to find your local options.