Welding Career Training

Welding

  • Control fire and electricity to design, dismantle and construct a wide range of metal products
  • Utilize various welding processes to earn essential industry-recognized certifications
  • Use advanced welding techniques and fabrication equipment to join, cut, bend and manipulate metal

Career Focus:
Prepared for immediate employment, advanced certifications and further education

Full-time Career Majors

Career Major Titleorden descendente Who can enroll Tuition (in-state) Days Clock Hours Site
Structural Welder Adult, High School $2,625 M-F 1050 SBC
Structural Welder - Evening Adult $2,625 M-Th 1050 SBC

Teacher - Kenneth Smith

Education

  • Metro Technology Centers, Construction Technology
  • Oklahoma State University, Construciton Science and Technology

Certifications

  • FCAW-SMAW Welding
  • 3-G, 4-G, 6-GR Welder
  • OSHA 500 - 502
  • OSHA 510
  • OSHA 30
  • MSHA 30
  • EM 385 and Competent Person
  • Forklift
  • International Ironworkers Foreman Training
  • International Ironworkers 3-G & 4-G / AWS SMAW A1 and FCAW B1a Welder Certification Program of North America
  • Adult CPR-AED-First Aid and Infant CPR
  • Aerial Lifts 1926-453

Work Experience

  • Ironworkers Local Union Superintendent, General Foreman/Safety Manger/Field Operations Manager 
  • Began teaching at Metro Technology Centers in 2014