The welding industry continues to change each year and the potential for employment at high salaries and wages is excellent for qualified welders.
The trained welder may find employment in general repair shop welding, bridge construction, vessel fabrication, oil field machinery repair, general structural building fabrication, manufacturing, or some area of the construction industry.
Students also have the opportunity to work toward NCCER certification.
Welding II or III
Welding V or VI
Jumpstart 2.0 Program Information
Jumpstart 1.0 Program Information
Industrial Maintenance Mechanic
Mobile Crane Operator
Manufacturing, Construction Crafts and Logistics
Industrial Maintenance Mechanic Helper
Additional Course Information
Sophomore, Junior, Senior
Will need to be able to read a tape measure
Will need to be able to multiply and divide fractions
Wil need to be responsible, safety-conscious, and mature in shop setting
Dual Enrollment Information
Northwest Louisiana Technical College
Students have the opportunity to dually enroll at NLTC in the following courses:
* CTS: Welder helper - Level I = 16 hours
**CTS: Welder Helper Level II - 32 hours
Technical Diploma in Welding = 45 hours