You can complete this 32-credit Riverland program to earn a Welding Diploma in two semesters. Our class size will give you easy access to the equipment and tools of the trade.
Students learn welds in various positions and joint design. Hands-on experience and learning the welding codes will help you work toward becoming a certified welder. Another advantage of our program is that you can maintain your job while taking classes.
Count on gaining practical knowledge of a vast range of welding processes needed by today’s employers. Check to see if you qualify for financial aid to help pay your tuition.
Riverland graduates from this program are eligible to immediately work in a variety of industries including productions, fabrication, pipelines, and maintenance or job shops around the region. You will find many appealing job opportunities, plus options to advance to supervisory positions after gaining work experience and developing skills.
Overall job prospects will vary with the worker’s skill level. Job prospects should be good for welders trained in the latest technologies. However, welders who do not have up-to-date training may face strong competition for jobs.
Eligible to test for MSSC Certified Production Tech